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Hi *,

this mail is more or less a call for vote about what approach is preferred.

In the past there was discussion/requests to have multilang planet.

Problem is that currently used planet aggregator at
planet.documentfoundation.org doesn't expose filtering abilities, so
there has been reservation with regard to allowing non-English
submissions.

The main question is now to whether have one huge planet where ~
everyone is aggregated, no matter what language, and whoever only
wants english has to use filtersettings himself, or whether to setup
multiple independent planets, each focused on one language/set of
languages.

https://redmine.documentfoundation.org/issues/400 basically is about
the first variant (all aggregated with filter capability).

But before spending time on setting it up that way: is this what what
NL-Projects want/expect? Please state your opinion :-)

Would one for English, one for "all others" also be an option, or is
this a fundamentally bad idea?

"I want…

[ ] …a single, multilanguage planet
[ ] …separate planets per (set of) languages
[ ] …____________________________________ (own suggestion)"


ciao
Christian

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