[Scribus] Insert a symbol char (also language comment)
Fri Apr 28 12:19:54 CEST 2006
Peter Barnes-2 wrote:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Gregory Pittman" <gpittman at iglou.com>
>> To: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
>> Subject: Re: [Scribus] Insert a symbol char
>> Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 22:48:41 -0400
>> Craig Bradney wrote:
>> > Once again, replying in French is fine. We have decided and
>> > reiterated the answer that we will not split up the mailing list
>> > and we want to keep all answers here, in whatever language.
>> > Basically he says search and replace euros by ? works fine if
>> > you choose the font with the ? symbol.
>> That having been said, many of us are happy with dual language posts,
>> with at least the gist of the conversation in English as an addendum
>> (just like you've done, Craig).
> I agree with Greg and strongly urge that the mailing list encourages at
> least "the gist of the conversation in English" for each posting.
> Otherwise some posts, both current and archived, are going to be
> inaccessible to the majority of people - which would be a great waste of a
> useful resource.
> Also, Craig says French is acceptable. But if all other languages are
> acceptable too, the mailing list could become chaotic in the future -
> especially if there is no "gist of the conversation in English".
While we certainly approve if the gist of a mesage is translated to English,
anyone can post in any language on this ML. The rules are as follows:
- French, German, Finnish, Czech and maybe other languages (even Australian)
are understood by developers and can expect an answer.
- Anyone who understands a posting in another language is invited to
it for the benefit of English speakers.
- Postings in a language which noone else understands are ignored.
It has worked like this for some time and I don't think it will become
in the future.
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