cvs commit: doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq book.sgml
pav at FreeBSD.org
Fri Aug 22 11:25:31 UTC 2008
Hiroki Sato píše v pá 22. 08. 2008 v 19:08 +0900:
> Pav Lucistnik <pav at FreeBSD.org> wrote
> in <1219391003.11419.26.camel at pav.hide.vol.cz>:
> pa> Hiroki Sato pí¹e v pá 22. 08. 2008 v 16:24 +0900:
> pa> > pg> Hungary --> Republic of Hungary ?
> pa> >
> pa> > I think these three are reasonable.
> pa> This is a first time I hear being it references as Republic of Hungary.
> pa> I think everybody in the world uses just Hungary so let's keep it that
> pa> way.
> Yes, using the long official names in everywhere would be overdoing,
> but for the changes in FAQ, I think we have to use more precise name
> of the country (or territory). Although I do not stick to a
> particular name and maybe I have wrong idea about some names, what we
> use should be consistent and I just thought using the official name
> is reasonable... Do we need a list of consistent short form and the
> official name, maybe? Most of newspapers and publishers have such a
> writing rule.
This looks like a good guidebook:
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
And the sign said long haired, freaky people need not apply.
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