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Hi Charles,
Le 06/01/2014 12:23, Charles-H. Schulz a écrit :
Dear all,

Some time ago (a long time ago) the decision was made to only have the
planet as an English only feed. Meaning, the TDF planet is only in
English.

In the upcoming website, on its front page (see the specs), we will
have a feed for the TDF planet being displayed aside the official blog
feed. 

I would like to seize this opportunity to ask an important
task: recreate a full, multilingual TDF planet . I am happy to help
select the blogs, but I need your input, you, the native-lang
community, in sending or publishing the RSS feeds you'd like to see
aggregated.

Thanks for reviving this :) I would like to have a planet like this one:
http://planet.opensuse.org/global/
You can filter it by language (what I don't like are the flags, you know
why :), but also you are able to display all languages. Even if you
can't read all, I think it has the very positive effect to show the
activities and enthusiasm.

Side question: who runs the existing planet? :-)

I think it's TDF
Cheers
Sophie


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