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4:57 AM
yo
 
 
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6:23 AM
I have a Twitter account called "CmisSync", and I would like to make Japanese and French accounts. French is easy: CmisSync_fr but would CmisSync_ja be understandable? CmisSync_jp sounds better but I am targeting each language more than each country... what is the standard practice?
 
6:48 AM
Looks like CentOS people were massively in favor of "ja": oss.poyo.jp/pipermail/centos-users/2008-July/thread.html#21392
 
Oh, it looks like they agree with you that ja signifies language and jp the country, and that specifying the former makes sense
Hooray!
 
and I just learnt that Japanese is spoken in Palau.
 
7:32 AM
I'm Japanese and couldn't read the kanji... orz... p.s. Oh I've seen that kanji, in 穿く! — Chocolate 4 mins ago
@Chocolate I couldn't read the kanji in that question either, but...
I learned 穿つ from song lyrics, and 穿鑿 from a book :-)
 

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