What is Wrong with Locales?
Tex Texin - XenCraft
"Locale" is a mechanism used in the Web, Java, and many other technologies to establish user interface language, presentation formats, and application behavior. Many application developers make use of locales and presume their applications now have correct international behavior. This session will describe the locale mechanism, and introduce some of the design and operational problems with locales.
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