[asterisk-dev] Re: Proposed Sound Acceptance Policy
benny+usenet at amorsen.dk
Wed Mar 14 15:32:49 MST 2007
>>>>> "TC" == Tzafrir Cohen <tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com> writes:
TC> On Wed, Mar 14, 2007 at 09:40:19AM +0100, Benny Amorsen wrote:
>> >>>>> "SM" == Steve Murphy <murf at digium.com> writes:
SM> In order to get sounds into the official tarball distributions,
SM> here is the requirements, as far as I can make out:
SM> 1. The scripts of the sounds are provided in English, in text
SM> format, 8859-1 format.
>> If they are in English, what's wrong with plain ASCII? Going
>> incompatible with UTF-8 just to be able to spell naïve seems a bit
TC> Nah, this text has to describe the exact meaning of the text—you
TC> have to be punctual. Not to mention we use $ and ¢ and never
TC> bother with ꊬ.
If you really need ¢, go UTF-8. ISO-8859-1 is dead, it doesn't even
have €. $ is in plain ASCII, so that is not a problem.
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