Hi everyone. Here's something I've noticed in my experimentations with Linux Mint. Although I live in Greece, I prefer to use English-language menus in my menus and everything, because (a) many of the Greek translations are painfully wrong in syntax and spelling, (b) having English-language menus, warnings etc makes it a lot easier for me to communicate with foreign Linux users when I'm troubleshooting.
However, this is where Linux Mint still hasn't done things quite as well as openSUSE or Ubuntu. In Greece, we use the metric system, our currency is (still) the euro, when we have to say "one thousand" or "one million" in numbers, we don't write "1,000" or "1,000,000" but "1.000" and "1.000.000" instead; and we write decimals in the same way the Germans do: 0,123 not as 0.123
Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but the closest thing to this is Linux Mint's Danish implementation of the English language; it uses the metric system alright, but it doesn't fit the bill completely (not least because Denmark wisely chose to stay out of the Euro).
Could the developers look into this matter and improve things a bit for us?