[RFC] New category proposal, i18n

Thomas Abthorpe tabthorpe at FreeBSD.org
Thu Jun 25 21:56:41 UTC 2009

Friday will be one week for the topic, at which point I will take on
the next leg of the battle, which is making the pitch to portmgr.


On 25/06/2009, Mark Foster <mark at foster.cc> wrote:
> perryh at pluto.rain.com wrote:
>>>> If i18n is too cryptic or too alphanumeric, and
>>>> internationalization is too long, why not go with "nls"?
>>> I personally think that nls is equally as cryptic as i18n or l10n.
>> Anyone care for "intlzn"?  It's short, should still tab-complete
>> from "in", and it may be a bit less cryptic than nls, i18n, or l10n.
> If I may be so bold as to present a democratic outcome.
> To help settle the matter please vote on this issue within 48 hours.
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