Hi Marc, *
Am 14.02.2011 18:25, schrieb Marc Paré:
Le 2011-02-14 11:54, Erich Christian a écrit :
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 http://www.libreoffice.org to http://en.libreoffice.org (and
if the language differs much new sub-sites http://en-us.libreoffice.org
or http://en-uk.libreoffice.org 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.
So then, we are back to having a need to post the US marketing mailing
list on the site.
I think this is a misunderstanding...
I was talking about subdomains like en-us, en-uk ... for which I don't
see the necessity to use en-*
Basically I would prefer very much seeing localized subsites for local
content no matter if there are some of them in the same languages.
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