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From "Manfred A. Reiter" <ma.rei...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Native Language vs l10n
Date Sat, 18 Jun 2011 17:10:43 GMT
Am 18.06.2011 11:23, schrieb Andrea Pescetti:
> Manfred A. Reiter wrote:
>> I would also avoid to deny those language projects to be
>> seperated from Apache.org ... in other words /home should
>> be at lang-klingon.ooo.apache.org and not oooinklingon.org
> Right (the example; the wording above seems to say the opposite): the
> native-lang projects are part of openoffice.org.
ok, sorry for misunderstandig ... (I thought it is a double negation)

but it's fine that the example is unambiguous 
<http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&p=Ci4HO3kMAA&search=unambiguous&trestr=0x8004>

> The Italian N-L project, for example, takes care of:
> - Translating OOo into Italian (a few liaison persons keep contacts
>    with the global l10n project, and coordinate volunteers on the
>    Italian N-L mailing list)
> - Releasing OOo in Italian by means of QA approval (same structure)
> - Mutual support between users in Italian (mailing list and forum
>    in Italian on the OOo infrastructure)
> - A web site it.openoffice.org with product information in Italian.
>
> I think there should be a place for this in the new infrastructure.
>
> About other activities:
> - Maintaining the Italian writing aids is done by me and PLIO, the
>    Italian association, and could continue like this.
> - Italian developers interested in core work write in English on the
>    English mailing lists.
> - Media relations, events and fund-raising are managed through PLIO and
>    this, again, could continue like this.
>
> So we are basically using the OOo infrastructure for activities related
> to the language and (besides writing aids) we use the PLIO
> infrastructure for the rest.
>
> Regards,
>    Andrea.
>
Yes to all above.

M.

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