On 2/19/13 7:59 PM, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
SourceForge reports downloads by country. It appears that the number of
languages supported does not limit the locations where the downloads happen
(although destination country is necessarily an estimate, just as it is on
the ClustrMap of visitors to my web sites).
Do you really believe that a Mongolian who was used to use OOo in
Mongolian is happy to use AOO in English? This is just an example, but
the concept is exactly the same for another 80 languages, which might be
minor for someone speaking only English but are not minor for the people
speaking that language.
The update mechanism suggests the Mongolian to download the new version,
but I really wonder that the new version in English will be used at all.
Of course, the concept is difficult to explain to someone speaking only
English, and willing to spread false information.
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