...anything else is chauvinism

to quote from an unlikely source, Abigail-II; point 19 of Abigail's coding guidelines post:

"Comments, POD and variable names MUST use English. English is the current Lingua Franca. "

is this chauvinism too? is it chauvinistic to even discuss a lingua franca, or is it a thing that has its place where knowledge is traded?

chauvinism is a charge too easily bandied about; what is desired is merely more clarity, and less noise. The best place to look in perl monks for code is an already an issue: with separate languages for each subsection, the problem would multiply. if it is chauvinism to oppose babel - shoot me.


...in the world of the mules there are no rules

In reply to Re: A multilingual PM is a GOOD thing by wufnik
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