alistair at skegnessgrammar.org
Wed Jun 14 12:51:13 BST 2006
On Wed, 2006-06-14 at 12:41 +0100, Leon Barker wrote:
> It's been mentioned lately that the English-speaking LoCo
> teams have a slightly different role from the non-English
> ones; since the main Ubuntu site is in English translation of
> support materials is obviously irrelevant. That said, there
> are plenty of things that are specific to the UK that people
> around here are keep to develop and the UKTeam wiki pages
> should give you a good feel for those.
> I say translate 'em into Welsh. (then bilingual schools in Wales can
> use edubuntu)
> Leon Barker
Or scott.. or geordy, cockney, etc.
Hell I live on the southern tip of the wolds in lincs and some times I
struggle to understand people from the fens (Boston area). I think
without going overkill we should bring back regional dialects.
wat u sey mee-aty? (what do you say matey in linconshire-ish)
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