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On 2013-04-10 10:19, Dave Johnson wrote:
I've never heard of "International-EN", but I'll go read up on it now:-)
>>It would be as if we had put FR-CA, and ES-CO as language designation which
>>we do not do.
>Just as a point of clarification, I believe that en-US is a very
>common default in many FOSS distros or software packages, so I think
>that in this case there might be some justification based on
>consistency. Personally, 'International-EN' sounds like a fine choice.
If I recall it right, MS had used "international english" years ago (back in the 1990ies? early 2000s?). As I am not a native speaker of any English I cannot comment on what "international english" is, However, I would prefer if such a term could be introduced to get emotions out of discussion.

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