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Author loewis
Recipients ezio.melotti, gvanrossum, lemburg, loewis, mrabarnett, tchrist, terry.reedy
Date 2011-10-03.17:29:45
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>> There are no official English titling rules and as you noted,
>> publishers vary. 
> If there aren't any rules, then how come all book and movie titles always
> look the same?  :)

Can we please leave the English language out of this issue?
Else I will ask that Python uses German text-processing rules,
just so that this gets fewer comments :-)

As a point of order, please all try to stick at the issue at hand.
Linguistics discussions or general Unicode discussion have better
places than this bug tracker. I just had to stop reading Tom's
comments as too verbose (which is more difficult since it's in
a foreign language).
Date User Action Args
2011-10-03 17:29:46loewissetrecipients: + loewis, lemburg, gvanrossum, terry.reedy, ezio.melotti, mrabarnett, tchrist
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