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Hi,

A language bar on top (like openSUSE) planet may be a referring solution to
promote other languages.

Personnally, i think that just English is fine. If i want to read other
languages Google Translate may help me on language based, if its mixed
language it will be very hard to select the blog&language and translate it
manually.

Regards,
Zeki
5 Ara 2013 15:04 tarihinde "Stephan Bergmann" <sbergman@redhat.com> yazd─▒:

On 12/05/2013 01:53 PM, bjoern wrote:

On Thu, Dec 05, 2013 at 01:44:34PM +0100, Sophie wrote:

yes, and this is really motivating to see what is happening in the
other native language communities in one place, even with not fully
understanding what is written (and BTW, thanks a lot for the Eliane's
work :)


Well, as I said: If you want to set up a _new_ global planet/feed, I have
no
objections. Just dont break the current english one. ;)


Yeah, long live the silos.

With the same argument, you could open up the main planet to all languages
and introduce a new one aggregating only English content.

Stephan

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