@33MHz@blumenkraft you wouldn't have the diaeresis on the "u" anyway in "au", only "äu" exists in German. In some dialects you could find "läuschen", but then it means something different . End of lecture
@blumenkraft@cirrus@RossA nah, I had the same feeling at first, but now I think it will happen. The UK will most likely end up like Norway: paying for EEA access but without any rights. And then they want to join again.
@blumenkraft@cirrus@RossA@bazbt3 when I was living in the UK I learnt that most Brits don't feel like being part of Europe, was quite shocking for me. I think that's the underlying problem. And ignorance of all the things in the background
@larand@blumenkraft@paulyhedral@der_Jeff a co-worker once insisted on the ß in his name (Roeßler) because the pronounciation and meaning would change from "rose" to "horse". So the paper was published under "Roebetaler", address Maria-Ward-Strabetae 1a!