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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Claim maintainership for block2mtd and update email addresses
On Tue, 8 Jan 2008, Jörn Engel wrote:

> I'm happy if people spend effort and make unicode work. Until then I'll
> semi-officially change my name to "Joern" and keep collecting unusual
> specimens.

Just wondering - nothing personal at all. What's the official plan for
this - do we want (when utf8 works) to use utf8 codes for symbols only for
languages mostly based on ASCII, like iso-8859-15, or for all? Would we,
for example, then also write Cyrillic names in utf-8 and every other
alphabet for that matter? Didn't find anything under Documentation about
that. Maybe we want to document it somewhere? Wasn't C-sources originally
supposed to be ASCII? So, what we use in sources, what under Documentation
or in MAINTAINERS may be different matters?

Thanks
Guennadi
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