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Hi Drew,

Am 26.11.2011 um 16:12 schrieb drew:

Fair enough - alright, back at shapado and playing with the language

It seems shapado does some translating in background, when I type in a
question in a given language then it displays possible similar questions
without regard to language - same idea here?

The automated related question search uses ranked postgresql full text search, so it is very likely 
that if 
the question contains the language-independent keywords, related questions in other languages are 
also shown.

I'm just wondering how you see handling this. 

Would the tag be associated with the language? 

If one selects 'all languages' then all tags would be displayed?

I have to admit that I have not yet thought about NL-tags. I would prefer a KISS approach and have 
to think a little bit about it.
I will also talk to the developers of askbot if/how they plan to introduce NL-tags.

At the beginning, I don't consider translated tags (multiple translations refer to one tag) as 
crucial, using a single multi-language tag-cloud.
Perhaps referencing between tags can be solved more generally and then be used for NL-tagsā€¦. but 
only some wild thoughts here.


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