why turnkey is sometimes writted with the cyrillic 'И'?

Asked by nitrofurano on 2008-09-29

The problem of 'И' is it's pronounced as 'I', which russian and ukranian people may pronounce it as 'TURIKEY', which is really confusing and annoying. Please be more careful about these mistakes... Is the credibility of all of your effort in cause because of these things, which some people think they're too smal, but they aren't

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2008-09-29
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2008-10-07
Liraz (liraz-siri) said : #1

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Frankly we even realize that a "turned" N was a cyrillic letter.

It was a just a matter of logo design. We thought it would be cute to symbolize the turn in turnkey by turning the N in the logo.

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