A 05:22 99-06-08 -0700, Ricardo Bermell-Benet a écrit :
>At 02:43 1999-06-08 -0700, you wrote:
>>Yung-Fong Tang wrote on 1999-06-07 21:58 UTC:
>>I believe that the only ISO 8859 parts that were ever widely used are
>>1,2,5,7,8. Support for all the rest may safely be dumped and offering
>>UTF-8 instead means to really satisfying user needs.
>This is even offensive. ISO 8859-3 is widely used in the Esperanto
>community. It is a minority, yes, but ¿a standard to be dumped?
[Alain] The minority is composed of 4 million users approxiomately.
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