It is proven! I am wjt on Keybase: https://keybase.io/wjt/sigchain#87f2f2a8d8fb3c24502cbb4d552d4dbf5fc7846a87cd2d2d41da73bfa485cc390f
@federicomena do you use your computer with LANG=es_MX? Does it bother you that GNOME uses “usted” rather than “tú”? https://discourse.gnome.org/t/tu-usted-in-spanish-translations/748 ☺
one last thing from prepping for this webcomics class. i'm going to do an exercise on elevator pitches where everyone makes up a ten-word pitch to accurately encapsulate a famous piece of media. these are the examples i came up with
the point of the exercise is that you need to be able to summarize your stories succinctly and clearly in order to sell them. the other, secret bonus point of the exercise is that elevator pitches are always at least a little bit bullshit
@tbernard what possible incentive is there for Ubuntu to make popular apps work less well on their platform?
@darius absolutely! Language codes and country codes are interchangable, and all functions which look like inverses really are inverses even if you don't get around to testing it.
@brainwane thanks! I'll try to check Newton out. Sorry to Bother You and Get Out were both hanging out in my mental "name of a film I liked the sound of" list, too.
@aparrish I have the opposite problem trying to reproduce the caught/cot merger. Always takes me a few tries to work out what the vowel sound must be…
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