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> From: Tomasz Konojacki <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Tue, 28 Jun 2022, at 06:30, Konovalov, Vadim wrote:
> > Usage of "?" in this context is obviously incorrect.
> > Not only you're messing with following search engines, you're also
> > applying wrong meaning to the umlaut.
> > IMO adding such kind of jokes isn't improving overall impression.
> > This joke is stupid.
> It isn't umlaut, and it isn't "obviously incorrect", just unusual:
Thanks for the correction, it is indeed "Diaeresis", not umlaut.
Thanks for the link.
It underlines my error: "Often mistakenly called an umlaut" :D
I thought the diaresis was mostly from French.
French often use that "Diaeresis" nowadays, as opposed to English, where I only saw Ã¯ in naÃ¯ve.
IMO using diaeresis in coÃ¶perate and in reÃ¯magined is playing smartass, until all "foo" instances replaced with "foÃ¶" through all the Perl source code.
This approach also disrespects German (and Estonian) reading of such letters.
> Rw5zCKpY2ImT1mpHNuaUk19xEs$ [merriam-webster[.]com]
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