Re: Deprecated - is it a word?

Subject: Re: Deprecated - is it a word?
From: "Cassandra Greer" <cassandra -at- greer -dot- de>
To: John Cornellier <jcornellier -at- abingdon -dot- oilfield -dot- slb -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2006 16:13:39 +0100 (MET)

I, a left-ponder currently living right of the pond, have used this word
many a time especially in my previous work related to the W3C (based in the
States). My response to this person is 'huh? Where did you get that idea?'

Cass :)

> Hi, I'm in the UK, and I was about to write in some release notes that a
> given feature was "deprecated". Someone said "Americans don't use this
> word". Can any of you left-ponders confirm or deny this, and if the
> former, what is the alternative? I'm sceptical as it gets 21 million
> returns in Google and has a lengthy entry in Wikipedia.

Cassandra Greer
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