[Scribus] English finally replaces unreadable text

Craig Bradney cbradney
Mon Dec 20 23:35:09 CET 2004

On Monday 20 December 2004 23:35, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> Servant wrote:
> > Wow!  I'm totally amazed!  After almost 2 years of
> > watching the Scribus mailing list, I can finally
> > read the subject line and the instructions at the
> > beginning of the mail!  It's good that an English
> > mailing list has removed the German (or whatever
> > it was)!
> Yes, it's so good that people around the world, who outnumber us on the
> list (and of course the originator of Scribus, Franz Schmid, speaks one
> of those 'whatever' languages), are willing to accomodate the lazy
> Americans who barely know a single language, let alone learn someone
> else's.
> As an American, I'm more than a little embarrassed by the tone of your
> mailing. Perhaps you should have someone from another country proofread
> you emails for diplomatic content.

I was going to ignore the initial mail, but I think Gregory, to your mail I'm 
just going to have to say "agree".

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