Regionalize alphanumeric date format in multilingual notices
Currently, LX Starter uses a single date format "across all notice emails". However, libraries sending multilingual notices may require alphanumeric dates which are tailored to the correct regional format on a per-language basis.
In Canada, for example, dates are rendered in French as "le 11 septembre 2023" and in English as "September 11, 2023" rather than "September 11th, 2023" as currently configurable in LX Starter.
While it is possible to use the "yyyy-mm-dd" numeric format as a workaround, LX Starter also suppresses the month's leading zero (i.e., "2023-9-08") which also conflicts with the bilingual numeric date format prescribed for use in Canada (which would be "2023-09-08").
In summary, LX Starter users in various regions - especially those operating in multilingual jurisdictions, or otherwise sending multilingual notices - would benefit from greater flexibility with regard to date formats and regionalization in general.