On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 9:35 PM, Russel Winder <rus...@winder.org.uk> wrote:
> We can, of course, now open the debate as to whether the Oxford Comma
> should be used. ;-)
> And does English mean American English, Canadian English, Australian
> English, South African English, New Zealand English, or proper English,
> i.e. that spoken in England. :-)
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I vote: British English sentence construction with either American English
or British English spelling.
People are welcome to "fix" the documentation if the original writer's
English is not 100% :) or if they just prefer the spelling to be from one
of the other versions of English.

Disclaimer: I speak South African English.

P.S. I think Programming English is pretty much American English. For
example is there any API that contains the English word Colour?

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