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On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 12:10 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:
I was just wondering if it were possible to remove the "(US)" from the
English (US) language link. As there are no other nl EN communities, I would
prefer to see just English without any country-designation coming after it.

I remember seeing that there's more than one English localization of
LibreOffice (en_US, en_GB, and en_ZA), but perhaps there aren't
separate NLPs for those variations? Looks like German and French don't
have country codes listed, so consistency sounds like a good plan.

I notice that Brazilian Portuguese and Taiwanese Chinese are also
specifically marked, although IIRC those languages are significantly
different enough from other versions that we can't just say
"Portuguese" and "Chinese" in the absence of any other translations,


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