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Sorry, guys & dolls,

did anyone ask what the l10n teams want?

Will getting four or five other languages into that bar really help anyone?
In 2019 the browsers can, if the users do not surf anonymously, detect what
country the click comes from, so why not redirecting the user to that
language or set of languages in that region, if site(s) exist(s)? Another
setting that could be put to use is the default/preferred language in the
browser setting ... Pushing German, Spanish, French, Chinese and Italian in
the Eastern Europe is really dilettante, wouldn't you think?

Lp, m.

V V pet., 15. nov. 2019 ob 17:39 je oseba Mike Saunders <> napisala:

On 15/11/2019 17:20, William Gathoye wrote:

I visit and I have an user-agent with "fr", the banner
will be displayed and *in French* it will be displayed:

"Your computer is defined in French, would you like to switch to the

OK, makes sense -- but then we'd need to get this string translated into
all the languages. With the "English | 中文 (简体) | Deutsch | Español |
Français | Italiano | More..." approach, we can just get it online ASAP.
The only word that needs translating is "More" but it's not critical.
I'm available if you need webdevs :)

If you'd like to work on an alternative design, cool, go ahead :-) I
like your idea, but Jean's implementation (as on newdesign) is available
right now, and is one fix for the issue of people not knowing that there
are other websites in other languages. That's why I'd like to deploy it
ASAP, but we can of course work on other solutions in parallel!

I'm not a web dev so I'm not super familiar with how it all works, but
if you want access to newdesign to test, I'm sure infra can grant you
the necessary magic powers :-)

Have a good weekend!

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