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Hi, :-)

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 23:01, Cor Nouws <> wrote:
David Nelson wrote (14-02-11 15:44)
I think the problem can be solved by setting-up separate US, Canadian
and UK sites.


Thank you, Cor. :-)

So, I'm perfectly serious when I say that I'd like the project to now
consider that there is a United Kingdom NL community, and to grant it
the same freedom and independence that all the other NL communities

Only one 'issue': NativeLang communities with English as mother language
will be more free then others, since they simply can point to the
international website's pages for part of the info.
But of course I do not want to withhold them from this little advantage ;-)

Frankly, I think it will be very easy to develop quite different
content on each of those three sites, when you get down to really
addressing the specific aspects and outlooks of the 3 communities.

This really need not be a case of duplicated content or of duplicated
communication style.

David Nelson

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