Small question regardin Fedora
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Sat Apr 17 11:58:49 UTC 2010
On Sat, Apr 17, 2010 at 1:54 AM, Nelson Marques <07721 at ipam.pt> wrote:
> A small question, when talking about Fedora, we should use it as male
> or female? In portuguese there is no genitive or "it", nouns always have
> gender, either male or female.
> One strange example is kernel, where it is refered often as male and
> other times as female 8)
> Anyway, this probably is more in the field of translation teams, but do
> we have anything set for this kind of situations ?
That's an interesting question Nelson...
I suppose that every language has it's own way when referring to
Fedora and Fedora Linux. (In Greek Fedora could be an "it" or "she", i
prefer "she" :P )
In order to bypass any conflicts and misunderstandings I would suggest
using universally the "it" when referring to Fedora.
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