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Hi Marc,

thank you for forwarding this here: smart move :-)
I think some people here might have a different thinking when it comes
to setting English as the reference language. 

The discussion can take place here but I think it would be better if
you could continue the existing thread on the website@ list.



Le Wed, 01 Dec 2010
09:18:35 -0500, Marc Paré <> a écrit :

I just thought that this would be of interest for all on this list.
This is a note from Michael Wheatland (Drupal Website Development
Team member). Feel free to comment to either the website mailist or
leave comments here and I will pass them along to him. We (I am also
part of the Drupal Web. Dev. Team) are interested in having your
comments and feedback.



For those interested, Drupal is a very powerful platform for 
multi-lingual sites. A summary presentation of the aspects of the 
website that involves internationalisation can be found here: 

I would like to invite all people who are involved in Native Language 
teams and translation to give feedback on this presentation here or
on the wiki:

One thing to take note of not covered in the presentation:
Native Language Teams will have their own discussion area much the
same way the marketing or development team will.

One aspect we need to address is automatic translations and if and
when they will be used on the site. This is discussed somewhat in the 

Thanks to those who initiated this discussion and please let me know
if you have any questions.

Michael Wheatland*



Charles-H. Schulz
Membre du Comité exécutif
The Document Foundation.

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