On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 4:01 PM, Mikel Pascual <email@example.com> wrote:
I saw that in the download section of libreoffice.org "eu" language is
listed as "euskera".
I saw that in the droplist and in the helppacks listing (maybe I skipped it
It is taken from the same place, so fix it once, fix it everywhere :-)
It should say "eusk*a*ra".
You can (and are encouraged to) say "euskera" in an informal way, so you'll
see it in a lot of places. But you should write "euskara" in official or
Not directly related: the droplist is somehow strange.
Well - "strange" depends on your POV :-)
Been so extensive, I guess most people will search for his/her
language-name, and the lack of tabulation makes it quite uncomfortable.
Most users should not need to manually change it, as long as they're
using the browser in the desired language.
easy to look for a language-code, but it's "hard" to search a language-name.
There has been quite different opinions about whether to sort by
language-name or by iso-code, but the majority (those who voiced their
opinion at least) did prefer to sort by ISO-Code.
I guess that the download section will change once the libo packaging
changes, but I just wanted to leave some feedback.
Well - it won't change that much, as the list of available languages
will rather grow than shrink, so...
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