Le jeudi 20 mars 2008 à 04:52 +0100, Ralf Corsepius a écrit :
2. I do not agree to the "When Upstream Naming is outside
This section is unnecessarily/avoidable adding confusion for
maintainers. Non-ASCII names have always been banned rsp. technically
impossible ever since Linux exists => this is a non-issue.
That's blatantly false. They've not been "banned", otherwise the
document would not be written today, and they've not been "impossible".
What changed is that the 8-bits encoding that passed through before are
being replaced by an encoding that lifts all the translating/regional
incompatibility problems and adds some technical requirements that could
be taken care of.