Wulf C. Krueger
philantrop at exherbo.org
Fri Jan 3 23:49:22 UTC 2014
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On 03.01.2014 23:45, Quentin Glidic wrote:
> I was about to add linguas: options to a bunch of package, but I
> lack the list of languages that our users are actually using.
There's no such list. You should add sub-options for every language a
package supports or not even get started. cf. LibreOffice, KDE,
tesseract - I even support "frm" ("Middle French (ca. 1400-1600)") there.
> I would start with this list: en (US and GB), fr, de, ja. Is there
> any big language I forgot?
Nah, just minority nonsense nobody speaks like, e. g. Chinese,
Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Dutch - the list is endless and
I'm sure there are some weirdos around that want Esperanto.
What do you tell people whose language (Icelandic?) you choose to kill
off? Oh, right, you don't tell them anything because they don't
understand you because you killed support for their language.
Best regards, Wulf
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