ingo.kloecker at epost.de
Fri Feb 6 02:13:06 CET 2004
On Thursday 05 February 2004 22:05, Johan Wevers wrote:
> Adrian von Bidder wrote:
> >So all non-english speakers are forbidden to use Email?
> No, they should just skip the accented characters. And that doesn't
> give communication problems: Dutch without accents is very well
> readable (better than the iso shit that gets translated to Greek
> chars on my terminal anyway), and I've some friends from eastern
> Europe who I've seen send sms messages (where most phones don't
> support all the accents they use at all). They just skip all accents,
> and I've never heard one of them complain about it.
Yeah, let's make all people on the world use the 26 Latin characters.
Why would anyone need umlauts, accents, Greek letters, Cyrillic
letters, Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, or any other character set?
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