[Mailman-Users] English (USA)
jimpop at domainmail.org
Mon Jul 8 15:15:46 EDT 2019
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On Mon, 2019-07-08 at 21:06 +0200, Christian F Buser wrote:
> Hi Jim
> I do not know about where the English (US) and English (UK) languages differ in Mailman. But in school, half a century ago, I learnt (learned) about the differences in general. For example color / colour, center / centre, etc.
> And there are other expressions which are completely different in UK English and US English - see <https://www.indy100.com/article/25-english-words-that-mean-very-different-things-in-britain-and-america--b1tcKsqybb>. There are probably many more.
> So if you want to "unify" those two, which variant to choose? Or better blend them into one - changing the spelling from one occurence to the other?
Now I'm confused. :-) I know about the differences in UK and US English
are in general (color vs colour, etc), but I don't know about the
differences within Mailman. Adding to my confusion is that my Mailman
installs only have "English (USA)" and no "English (UK)", let alone any
of the other English speaking countries.
- -Jim P.
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