Referentiel des utilisateurs Linux
markj at cloaked.freeserve.co.uk
Wed Nov 27 16:34:34 UTC 2002
John Tapsell <tapselj0 at cs.man.ac.uk> wrote:
> Now you're being silly. [...]
I think you are missing the point. Someone started being a language lawyer
and claiming that the list is "primarily" English-language, so I was just
pointing out that phrase was also an inadequate description.
Do we need to declare one language primary? We have some translation
services and some people who will translate important things.
> [...] It would be almost rude to post in German in this case [...]
...is just absurd. If someone is more comfortable or feels that they can
communicate a point better by posting in their non-English first language,
let them. They can see that the list is commonly in English and accept the
> This isn't arrogance, merely basic set-theory.
I'm afraid I can't agree. You are merely using set theory to justify it.
Please, let's all just let people post in whatever they think best for each
task, without claiming any "primary" status and end this thread!
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