Le 2010-10-20 17:59, Drew Jensen a écrit :
Just putting that out there because I'm not sure that Keith and
Christian are on same page requirements wise. My little daydream about
an enterprise workflow engine didn't really help, because that kind of
functionality is really missing the point. This heavey emphasis on
allowing rather unskilled people to produce widely varying web sites,
and they really can be, both in appearance and User Interaction patterns
is something that _will_ be neeeded, not just a like.
Again, that is how I am seeing it - if I'm misrepresenting the thoughts
of the language team needs please correct me vigorously.
Thanks - back to lurking
Thanks Drew for the heads up. I got a taste of this on another thread
where one of the localisation people made reference to being able to
modify the "flavour" of the localised site to their liking. I had not
imagined that localised groups would not follow a set theme, format set
out by the TDF just for the look of continuity of the whole site. But,
if this is how they operate then OK.
Drew, are you then saying that TDF will not set guidelines as to a
common theme and a set of guidelines as to the format/look of all
localization sites? Or are the localization sites pretty well free to
format and theme their sites as they wish?
>building out and maintaining that monster over the last 10 years was
>not something I worked in - but some of the people adding comments to
>this list, and the de list on this subject, where some of those people.
Also, you speak of the German mailist are also talking of this subject.
Is there any way that we could hear what they are saying? Or if you
could point out the the mailist-threads where they are chatting about
this we could have a quick look to see if there are any arguments of
interest. Or should they be on this thread debating as well along with
us? IMHO, it would be better if we were all debating on the same mailist.
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