Not so feasible, I think.
Work based on another translation would very
likely mean missing important nuances.
Ironically, this was the case with English (!)
in times of OO 2.0, when it was somewhat more
instructive to look into German strings
(originating from StarOffice) for the precise
meaning of some financial maths terms.
On 12/13/2014 08:35 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Earlier there was a suggestion of creating some
sort of buffer-language between English (US) and
all the other languages.
Is there a language that doesn't have so many
'little' changes that affect so much? One that
gets all the translations done really fast?
Perhaps Spanish, Portugese (Br), German, French,
If so might that be a better language to use as
the base-line to translate from?
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