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Re: [libreoffice-website] Banner for switching languages on the LibreOffice website


On 10/10/19 3:37 PM, Mike Saunders wrote:

> I think we should add a few more languages there (Deutsch and Italiano
> for instance). I don't want to prioritise any particular language, but
> the idea is to clearly show that the site is available in many
> languages, and people can click "More" to see the full list.

To choose the languages, we can get some info from Matomo, by looking at
access to the downloads page: Deutsch, Italiano, Brazilian Portuguese,
and maybe some others, plus More.

> What do you think? We could roll this out on the main site pretty soon...

A strong +1

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