Announcing the Ubuntu.com Website Localization Project
stas at nerd.ro
Thu Mar 18 16:08:36 GMT 2010
În data de Jo, 18-03-2010 la 10:41 -0500, Eivar Montenegro Mosquera a
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 10:00, Stas Sușcov <stas la nerd.ro> wrote:
> În data de Jo, 18-03-2010 la 09:11 -0500, Matthew Nuzum a
> > It's nice to meet you Aron. I've been to your site many
> times and
> > wondered how you did that.
> > This project that Chris is leading will allow people who
> > Chinese but come to the English website learn that there are
> > in their language. So they may see a text message like this
> at the top
> > of the page: 中国资源 That text will link to a page on the
> wiki in
> > Chinese that says "hey, we have a website, forums and
> mailing list in
> > your language, here they are!"
> > (that's from google translate, hopefully the point is clear)
> > On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 11:44 PM, Aron Xu
> <happyaron.xu la gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We've already had a running localized website:
> > http://www.ubuntu.org.cn , it seems to be based on
> python and
> > can sync
> > the content from the main site. Hope this
> information can
> > help, the
> > site maintainer is oneleaf at gmail.com.
> Ubuntu Romania uses drupal (ubuntu.ro), and achieved the same
> level of
> localisation/alikeness, but let us focus on real stuff and
> stop loco
> websites showcase.
> Regarding client side `HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE`:
> try this in your browser:
> worked for chromium and ff.
> Do not work for ie 8, it shows a message "undefined".
Can you try:
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