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Re: [PATCH 3/5] localedata: CLDRv28: update LC_ADDRESS.country_name translations

On 11 Feb 2016 14:20, Carlos O'Donell wrote:
> On 02/11/2016 07:49 AM, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> > if i wanted to know the translations for the weekdays in language X
> > and looked/copied the values out of glibc's localedata, that is not
> > something you can copyright.  claiming copyright on "Mittwoch" or on
> > "æææ" is ridiculous.
> This is not for us to decide or discuss. The FSF has taken a position
> and indicated to us how our project should proceed.
> I suggest we not discuss this any further, unless it's to discuss
> reaching out to the FSF to clarify again the same question we had
> answered in 2013.

i'll keep hacking on my python logic as i think it'll be useful
regardless of cldr (e.g. the linting aspect).  i've noticed that
the "week" setting has already regressed in some locales as was
pointed out years ago by Petr.
and whenever someone contributes a new file, we really have no
way of doing any sort of automated validation which is bad juju.

beyond that, i'll post updates using cldr operating under the
assumption that the link you posted earlier permits this.  i
believe it does as well.

if someone thinks more clarification/consultation is needed, then
i would say "you drive that and let us know how it goes".

as for my personal opinions posted earlier, those are obviously
mine and not an official statement by the FSF or for the GLIBC
stewards (which i am not one of).  i have no problem posting my
personal statements ;).

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