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Hi all,

as neither the international nor any local marketing team seems to prefer any of my proposals, I'm going to request the website team to create the structure for the third proposal.

It seems to be the most natural and easiest to remember approach for our users - and Christian's comment shows, that it fits better with Silverstripe's way of handling translations:

Bernhard Dippold schrieb:
[...]

Now we should have a more generic URL for donations, and I propose

http://donate.documentfoundation.org

[...]

If we try to ease the access to this page for localized users, a third
possibility comes to my mind:

http://<translation for donate>.documentfoundation.org
e.g.
German: http://spenden.documentfoundation.org
French: http://donner.documentfoundation.org
Spanish: http://donar.documentfoundation.org
Italian: http://donare.documentfoundation.org

This would be the shortest version without the necessity for sub-pages.

In some cases we might need to handle different languages containing the
same word for donate by technical means (reading the browser's language
etc) and a language selector.

[...]

Best regards

Bernhard

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