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Re: Change for locale fr_CH and it_CH for monday as fisrt day of the week
- From: Arnaud <listes dot 00 at gmail dot com>
- To: libc-alpha at sourceware dot org
- Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2016 21:08:42 +0100
- Subject: Re: Change for locale fr_CH and it_CH for monday as fisrt day of the week
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Le 19. 01. 16 03:29, email@example.com a Ãcrit :
On Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 08:41:37PM -0500, Mike Frysinger wrote:
On 19 Jan 2016 02:30, Arnaud wrote:
Would it be possible to change the locale fr_CH and it_CH to have monday as the first day of the week ?
do you have links to standards to justify the change ?
we like to note this info for reference/historical tracking.
It is probably because ISO 8601 is a Swiss standard.
ISO 8601 says that Monday is the first day of the week.
Is this reference enough to be accepted ?
I have read, in a few bugzilla asking to change this first day of the week (for others countries), that it was refused
because there wasn't an official document refering to the first day of the week in the country.
Why would there be a document like this when it has always been like this (as far as I have found)?
If there is one, it is probably not known by a lot of people, and really hard to find.
It was accepted for: de_CH, wae_CH (I don't even know what is Walser)
an_ES, ast_ES, bg_BG, br_FR, ca_ES, ce_RU, crh_UA, csb_PL, cv_RU, cy_GB, da_DK, de_AT, de_BE, de_DE, de_LU, el_GR, en_DK, en_GB, en_IE, es_CO, es_CR, et_EE, eu_ES, fi_FI, fr_BE, fr_FR, fr_LU, fy_NL, ga_IE, gl_ES, gv_GB, hsb_DE, ia_FR, it_IT, kw_GB, lb_LU, lij_IT, lt_LT, lv_LV, mhr_RU, mk_MK, mt_MT, nb_NO, nl_BE, nl_NL, nn_NO, oc_FR, os_RU, ro_RO, ru_RU, ru_UA, sl_SI, sr_ME, sr_RS, sr_RS@latin, sv_FI, sv_SE, sw_KE, tr_TR, uk_UA, wa_BE
PS: I have removed the [COMMITTED] in the subject, as it shouldn't be there.