Well, it's a bug, or not. Personally I think it is, and a couple of
years ago I spent a lot of time to fix it, but gave up.

The weekday and month names are fetched from the locale defined for
"regional formats", and they are hardcoded.

There is a simple workaround, though. Open the ~/.profile file for
editing and add this line:

export LC_TIME=en_DK.UTF-8

At next login you'll hopefully see the weekday and month in English.

** Changed in: localechooser (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Opinion

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  day of week in german despite i configured the system in english

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