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Hi Bernhard, *

Am 14.02.2011 16:34, schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
1. Language vs. Region
Native-language websites are language based - not region based.

2. International vs. English
In my eyes questions on the main website can be solved quite easily, if
we linked to (and
if the language differs much new sub-sites
or could be considered).

From my pov this approach is a bit too complicated for subdomains should also be easy to 'guess' for the users.

Concerning au., nz., uk., us. I think nobody would expect to find other than english content there. For ca. I see it definitely different because it is a dedicated bilingual country so ca-en and ca-fr (or the other way round) would make sense - same for za. -
in case both of the subsites will be filled with content. ;-)

I don't see much sense in using an en. subdomain so far.

my 2 ct


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