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Re: We should get active ...

From: Cédric Villemain <cedric(dot)villemain(at)dalibo(dot)com>
To: Susanne Ebrecht <miracee(at)miracee(dot)de>
Cc: damien(at)dalibo(dot)info, pgeu-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: We should get active ...
Date: 2008-02-25 20:30:56
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Susanne Ebrecht a écrit :
> damien clochard schrieb:
>> [...]
>>   I think the main feature we need for our wiki is some good 
>> internationalisation. I'd like our website to be accessible in 
>> serveral language, not just english.
>> We definitely need a simple way to edit and translate the pages.
>> i don't know about TWiki, but dokuwiki has the simpliest 
>> multilanguage module i have ever seen.
> Damien,
> for what?
> We don't make support at the European group. All what we discuss is 
> just "organisation" stuff. For most stuff the language based 
> communities are responsible and they already have language based 
> communication bases.
Because we will probably translate the content to be readable by 
non-english people.
> I am not sure, if we need a wiki at all.
not sure, but I think the point here is :

 Do we continue *only* by mails ? wiki and  cms offer voting  module (or do, yes), discussion webpage to get talk for specific content 
without forget in wich mail/thread we have read,decide something. You 
have feed by page so you can follow exactly what you want, I find that 
very usefull.

> Usually we just need a page with lots of links to the language base 
> and main communities :)
> Susanne
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