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From "Marcus (OOo)" <>
Subject Re: How to handle the native language lists?
Date Sat, 22 Oct 2011 09:51:17 GMT
Am 10/22/2011 02:33 AM, schrieb Kazunari Hirano:
> Hi Rob and all,
> On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 8:52 AM, Rob Weir<>  wrote:
>> So these are user lists.  Will we want language-specific translation
>> and localization lists at some point?  That is why I thought it would
>> make sense to have "user" in the name.  So then in the future we can
>> have, e..g., ooo-translate-de, etc., if needed.
> You are right!
> How about letting them discuss on what kind of native language lists
> they would like to have in the future in their general native language
> list like ?
> :)
> May I propose a way to create a native language list?
> :)
> In general we create a native language list if requested and as requested.
> ("oo" means an ISO language code)
> 1. First someone should propose at
> 2. Once created, in they will
> discuss in their language about additional lists for their language.
> 3. They discuss on names of lists etc. then they propose additional
> lists for their language like,
> and more.
> "Let them discuss what they need in their language" the best way, I think.
> :)

Wouldn't this also mean "tell us which MLs you need additionally and we 
(the PPMC) will create them."

Finally, this will lead to the same ML structure like in the old OOo 
project. And this is the point we want to avoid with a new ML handling, 

So, I'm OK with creating one new ML for other languages but we should be 
careful with creating additional ones.

My 2 ct.


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