Messages in foreign languages
Glenn.Steen at AP1.SE
Wed Jun 15 14:36:28 IST 2005
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Ugo Bellavance wrote:
> Julian Field wrote:
>> One of the things I like about this list is the ability to post in
>> whatever language you feel more comfortable in, knowing that anyone
>> who knows that language will try to help you out. I would much rather
>> see people post in their favourite language. Yes, they won't get help
>> from other people who don't know the language. But there are a lot of
>> you out there prepared to help people, so the likelihood is that
>> someone will understand you and help.
> I would gladly offer my help on a french list, but it looks like there
> aren't many french-speaking people who can't write in english. And
> I'd do my best on for a spanish list.
> However, as Julian said, the traffic probably wouldn't be worth the
> trouble of having a second mailing list. A suggestion would be to
> have people who understand the language try to translate into
> english, so that it can reach the bulk of users.
> Is it a good idea?
Jodå, den duger... Er, well yes, it's good enough:)
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