I notice a couple of things. Their OpenOffice page features OO.o 3.3.0. They do link to sv.openoffice.org (landing at www.openoffice.org/sv/) though.
That Swedish page of ours is out of date -- the latest news, apart from the 3.4.0 banner at the top, is on the release of 3.1.
The page also doesn't automatically translate with Bing Translate, which I find interesting as well. I was able to coax it but there are whole paragraphs not translated. I didn't try pasting into Google translate.
I wonder if there is a need for language tags somewhere in the HTTP response headers and/or HTML tags.
From: Rob Weir [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, July 02, 2012 20:13
Subject: Re: Medal from Swedish computer magazine
On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 11:12 AM, Donald Harbison wrote:
> Thank you very much for recognizing Apache OpenOffice on your Top 20 list.
Great. I've added this to our awards page:
> Would you consider writing an article about our project? There are several
> ways we could work together to do this. One way is for you to send us a
> list of your interview questions. We will reply on email and you will then
> be able to edit your final draft more easily. Or, if you prefer, I can
> organize an interview with some of our project volunteers who are most
> close to the work.
> We highly value your support and look forward to communicating with our
> user community in Sweden.
> Best regards,
> Don Harbison
> Volunteer Press Liaison
> Apache OpenOffice
> On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 9:31 AM, wrote:
>> Dear sirs,
>> My name is Martin Appel and I am a journalist at Swedens largest computer
>> magazine PC för Alla (pcforalla.se).
>> PC för Alla has one of the most popular download sites for free programs
>> in the Nordic region, and we have just put together some statistics for our
>> I am glad to inform you that Openoffice is one of the programs on our "Top
>> You can see the entire list and an article (in Swedish) on
>> If you want to use the medal you are free to download and use it (as long
>> as you do not modify it of course). You can download it here:
>> "Våren" is the Swedish word for spring, and "Topp" is spelled like that in
>> Swedish! :-)
>> Congratulations, and have a nice summer!
>> Martin Appel