vincent.dev at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 12:23:29 UTC 2005
Alex Combas wrote:
> Fantastic Vincent!
> On 4/14/05, Vincent Labreche <vincent.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
>> As for a name, UbuntuCanada would be neutral I guess :)
>> Or at least i guess CanadaGroup
> Im not so sure about "CanadaGroup" as a title, what type of group is
> it? We should have "Ubuntu" in the title, same goes for "TeamCanada" or
> Here are my suggestions: UbuntuCanadianTeam or UbuntuGroupCanada.
> Also, I have to ask. Do we want both french and english on a single
> page on our wiki?
> It looks a little bit messy, perhaps a link to a translation of the
> page would be better, both pages will look a lot cleaner this way. We
> could also have a link to the english translation on the french site.
> How does that sound?
> The main informational site www.ubuntu-ca.org will also need
> translation, and it also sorely needs updating. I'll get on it ASAP.
> Do we want a french domain? Example: www.french.ubuntu-ca.org ? That
> might be interesting. Thoughts?
So far so good, and i do agree we should have uni-language pages.
If we are to give equal weight to both French and English, i suggest
www.ubuntu-ca.org to be a front page, with links to both
www.English.ubuntu-ca.org and www.Francais.ubuntu-ca.org...
As for wiki names, maybe something similar could be used, UbuntuCanada
redirect peoples to TeamUbuntuCanada and EquipeUbuntuCanada,
respectively English and French...?
This is kinda muddy waters i guess, in Canada, there is much French
(Quebec, Terre-Neuve and some in Manitoba/Saskatchewan/Alberta) but even
more English. And also, most French also speak English, but the reverse
is far from true...
Mail me back, with what you think, and if you want, i can begin
translation on www.ubuntu-ca.org
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