Apologies for forwarding, my original message was not posted for some reason.
----- Forwarded message from "Mahesh T. Pai" <paivakil@...
> Christian PERRIER said on Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 10:37:49AM -0400,:
> > As "indian" is not a language, I think it'd be better to use "india",
> > or maybe (but less obvious) "south-asia", as I'd guess that users from
> > Sri Lanka, Bengladesh, Nepal and other countries of the Indian
> > Peninsula, would share the same interests.
> > What do you guys think about it?
> Depends on what we intend to discuss.
> If the lsit to discuss all matters related to packages in Debian which
> relate to what the Unicode Consortium calls teh "Indic" languages,
> yes, "south-asia" is a good choice.
> I would not recomment -user- as part of teh name. That restricts scope
> of the list a lot.
> That said, my first vote is for "debian-india".
> Mahesh T. Pai || http://[paivakil|fizzard].blogspot.com
> free - (adj) able to act at will; not hampered;
> not under compulsion or restraint; free
> from obligations or duties; not bound to
> servitude; at liberty.
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Mahesh T. Pai || http://[paivakil|fizzard].blogspot.com
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