Description of problem:
Although there was a typical 'Dutch' keyboard layout, nowadays the Dutch use a US International with euro sign keyboard as default in retail (laptops and keyboards), the 'typical Dutch keybord as-we-kwew-it' isnt sold anymore, and died in offices and homes for a long time now (but shall be remembered).
Isn't it time to default to 'US International with euro sign' when 'Dutch' has been choosen as installation language?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
buy a PC/Laptop in Holland and install Fedora
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Buy another one in Holland and install Fedora
2. Ask mother-in-law to buy one in Holland, let her install Fedora
3. Repeat step 1. and 2. as many times you like
Many new laptops/PC with wrong default keyboard offered at installation
1 laptop installaton with the wright keyboard offered as default
You can reproduce by reinstalling as well ;)
1 laptop installaton with the right keyboard offered as default
We have dropped a file that mapped languages to default keyboard layouts because it was unmaintained (or more precisely unmaintainable) and we now offer every language we have some translations for (which is not controlled by us). I understand your point, but I'd really like to avoid using any tables maintained by us. Thus it may take some time before this gets resolved. Thanks for your understanding.
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