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Am 21.12.2010 12:42, schrieb Narayan Aras:

21. Language groups
22. Local groups

Is that last item (#22) Product i18n/l10n group? 
If not, we need to add them to the list.

I guess this is still to be defined. The whole project has still to
find its structures.

A "language group" or "NL team" IMO can be any group of people that
deliver content in a specific language. This can be documentation,
website content, support services, and much more. It may or may not
include l10n. Their coherence has its source in their common language.

The coherence of a "local group" is geographically, not necessarily
the same language, for example Switzerland or the tri-state area of
Lower Bavaria, Upper Austria and South Bohemia.


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