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Hi Sophie, :-)

Please do not just revert content without contacting me to discuss it.
I would remind you of the Steering Committee decision to put me in
charge of written content on the site for an interim period.

If you're not happy with that situation, it would probably be best to
take the issue up at the next Steering Committee meeting - I'll almost
certainly be there to present my thoughts on the subject.

But until then, please do respect the committee's decision.

I will be reverting your changes, but am perfectly willing to discuss
the content with you and make any changes that result from our

Can we please discuss the page constructively together? Thank you if so. ;-)

David Nelson

On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 23:38, Sophie Gautier <> wrote:

For information, I've reverted again (just the 4th time) information
concerning localization to what they should be: information about

Could it be possible now that this page, that should be useful for
localization teams, stay useful for localization teams and do not contain
considerations about marketing, documentation or whatever else.

Localization is a *very important* part of the project, it brings the
product UI and Help directly in the language of the user. Could it be
possible that the information necessary to the localization of the product
stay straightforward for the localizer on the localization page of the site?
It's not about marketing, documentation or site content, it is about

Thanks in advance for your consideration.

Kind regards
Founding member of The Document Foundation

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