Re: gdm2 string freeze breakage

On 2005-03-06(Sun) 16:28:57 +0100, Jordi Mallach wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 05, 2005 at 08:32:15PM +0100, Christian Rose wrote:
> > There are two affected messages. First of all, it is this added message:
> > 
> > 	#: gui/gdmlanguages.c:83
> > 	msgid "A-M|Chinese (HongKong)"
> Which, AFAIK, includes a typo. It is supossed to read "Hong Kong",
> right?

You are right. I'm from Hong Kong too, so let me express my opinion on

Hong Kong users have been using Taiwan locale for ages, and major
release is imminent, so it's not very fatal to have the change delayed.
However, if possible, I'd wish the string change be proposed to
gnome-i18n again after a few days after this release, as Hong Kong
users are starting to realize the necessity of having zh_HK.


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