[Ubuntu-ch] Text for OpenExpo poster
phiphi at wmail.ch
Fri Mar 13 17:21:36 GMT 2009
I doubt heavily that every Swiss will recognise "Ubuntu pro omnibus,
omnes pro Ubuntu" as being a reference to the swiss "slogan". First:
Almost nobody knows Latin. 2nd: You don't learn that in School (at least
i didn't and I finish Kantonsschule this year) 2. "All for one, one for
all is" is associated with the three musketeers, more than with the
But anyways: It's a nice idea. One could create an image of the three
founders of Switzerland standing on the Ubuntu-Logo (with the flag in
the midst) and holding their hands up to swear. The slogan in each
language (on separate posters) would then be recognised by the people.
What do you (all) think of that?
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Betreff: Re: [Ubuntu-ch] Text for OpenExpo poster
Von: Myriam Schweingruber <schweingruber at pharma-traduction.ch>
An: Nicola Jelmorini <jelmorini at gmail.com>
Datum: 13.03.2009 17:09
> Hi Nicola,
> On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 14:35, Nicola Jelmorini <jelmorini at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Myriam,
>> just another little idea. Perhaps a little bit obvious and too serious, but
>> anyway is an idea.
>> The Ubuntu Logo represent three Human Beings (from different part of the
>> world), that make a community, that is stronger than the single person.
>> Our Country has a motto that can be associated with this feeling. This motto
>> goes back centuries ago when three Cantons have founded the primitive
>> Confederation. You see the link: three Human Beings for Ubuntu, three
>> Cantons for the birth of Switzerland.
>> The motto is:
>> LAT: Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno
>> ITA: Uno per tutti, tutti per uno
>> FRA: Un pour tous et tous pour un
>> GER: Einer für alle und alle für einen
>> ENG: One for all and all for one
> Guess what is on top of our wiki page:
> ''Ubuntu pro omnibus, omnes pro Ubuntu!''
> No need to translate IMHO, as all Swiss recognize this motto, even if
> it's slightly modified.
> Good tip, will keep it in mind! Thank you!
> Regards, Myriam
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