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Emacs i18n

From: Christopher Dimech
Subject: Emacs i18n
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2021 12:16:31 +0200

> Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at 9:45 PM
> From: "Emanuel Berg via Users list for the GNU Emacs text editor" 
> <>
> To:
> Subject: Re: Emacs i18n
> Alexandre Garreau wrote:
> > you've been mostly with educated people, not with people who
> > struggle learning, or are in less educated portion
> > of society.
> But the case is people don't know it good enough!
> You guys on the other hand know it so well you can even do
> professional translations...
> So you, the Elysium ones, will attempt to help the ignorant
> masses by translating ... uhm, CS and programming software
> manuals?!
> Hey, just a suggestion, shouldn't you elite guys instead try
> to bring literacy, basic math, and punctuality, to your poor
> countrymen that cannot read English 2021?

Should not local schools do that?

I can function in one or two languages, but still not under any obligation
to bring literacy and mathematical expression.  I can certainly bring clarity
but I mostly do it in english.  If one wants to be a disciple of a guru, one
has to go beyond one's limitations, rather than expecting the guru to sustain
their ego. 
> Hahah THE FRENCH, the guys with the French Revolution, the
> Enlightenment Movement, the Paris Commune, even the supersonic
> airliner the Concorde :) HAHAHAH :D
> OKAY I know this isn't what you mean because it doesn't make
> any sense whatsoever, but it is how it sounds, I still don't
> understand what you actually mean TBH ???
> >> Which, BTW, is exactly like the French are, so why on Earth
> >> keep up with this charade?
> >
> > good question, do you think they’re aren’t the same french?
> > what are the sociological differences you noticed between
> > each groups?
> The French were probably used to everyone speaking French and
> if there was a foreigner around either it was an international
> guy who spoke French or some other type of international guy,
> namely from the French colonial empire, and everyone loved and
> spoke great beautiful and cultural French and there was never
> any other annoying other language around to mess up this
> orderly and fantastic state that everyone was happy with?
> No, I don't know actually, but that would be one guess that
> comes to hand, yes. So, if you don't want it to, yeah, stop
> brining this up, is what I'd do.
> -- 
> underground experts united

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