Re: Should names for sexes be included into CLDR?

From: Marion Gunn (
Date: Wed Oct 04 2006 - 04:26:07 CST

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    Richard has made an important point to make it clear that that is an
    English default - in my own language, "M" stands for 'Mná" (Women)
    and "F" for "Fir" (Men).
    On 4 Oct 2006, at 00:29, scríobh Richard Wordingham:
    > I think 'M' and 'F' might actually be more comprehensible default
    > values than the signs, however well you and I may understand the
    > male and female signs. It's probably safer though to spell them
    > out, so that if the defaults do escape into actual use it is fairly
    > clear that they are English language escapes.

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