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On Tue, 2011-02-15 at 12:09 +0100, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi *,

On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 8:31 AM, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol
<> wrote:
Am 15.02.2011 03:09, schrieb David Nelson:
I specifically want to ask for,

+1 for the us and uk.

I still disagree. This is in conflict with the language-codes used. So
still -1 from my side.

If you want a  complete subsite as opposed to a specific section, then
you need to find another scheme. us, uk, ca won't work (IMO).

Yes - Christian you make a very strong and valid point here, it does
break the current pattern, the current is language based not country
code., if you please, but uk is Ukrainian, ca
it Catalan,….

It still breaks down, to me, along language. A French speaking speaking
Canadian or a Portuguese speaking  Ghanaian, is likely to find the NL
website for the respective language. 

Alright - I've just deleted long paragraphs about language, marketing
and community building twice (the clock say I need to move on) so I'll
stop with just this

- on this point of language based sub-domains, I am in full agreement
the site is too deeply built on that foundation to break it, IMO.



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