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    SubjectRe: Euro symbol (going further off topic)
    Let's face it: It's called 'euro'. And lets _not_ get nostalgic (or
    whatever it's called) and continue with this "oh, they should have
    called it <something>" discussion. Rather, we should agree on a
    standard. There are only about 200 days left, and we need to write,
    hack, test, correct, etc., etc. ('we' is not accurate, as I am not going
    to participate in it, as I am not a kernel hacker). All _I_ care about
    is that Linux will support the Euro well, and that Linux will do it
    faster, better and more efficiently (?) than other operating systems.
    The Euro symbol _must_ be in 2.2, at least 2.2.20, or else I'm switching
    to something else (I hear M$ is releasing NT5 soon...)! Note: This is
    not a threat, just a statement of intent meant as a threat.

    H. Peter Anvin wrote:
    > Followup to: <>
    > By author: Michael Talbot-Wilson <>
    > In newsgroup:
    > >
    > > Before the conversion from pounds, shillings and pence to decimal currency
    > > in 1966 there was debate about what the new major unit of the Australian
    > > currency was to be called. One of the proposals was the "kanga", but finally
    > > the boring and imitative "dollar" won the day.
    > >
    > > If the name of our currency was the kanga it would be neat if the EC
    > > selected the euro. As it is, I think you should leave the euro to us.
    > >
    > I think they should have called it a "credit". Would have made all
    > those sci-fi movies make more sense.
    > -hpa
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