[scribus] Template for calendar 2011

Meho R. meho_r at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 27 15:43:51 CET 2010

> From: a.l.e <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch>
> To: Scribus User Mailing List <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
> Sent: Monday, December 27, 2010 13:15:12
> Subject: Re: [scribus] Template for calendar 2011
> hi meho,
> > Hmmm, nije u pitanju "internacionalnost" jezika nego hoće li iko razumjeti 
>> pitate (na stranu to što nije baš pristojno na javnoj listi koristiti jezik 
> > drugi ne razumiju). Vidite da, npr., i Nijemci i Francuzi postavljaju pitanja 
> > komentare na engleskom i to nije bez razloga.
> > 
> > Hmmm, it is not about "internationality" of a language but if anyone would
> > understand your question (and it is not very polite to use, on a public 
> > list, a language which others do not understand). You can see that, e.g., 
> > and French people here ask questions and comment on posts using English 
> > and that is not for no reason.
> > usoPreviewPopup
> > 
> you may ask and answer in any language in this mailing list.
> if nobody reacts to your mails, well you may have choose the wrong language.
> you can read more about it here:
> while it's certainly better when most messages are in english, nowadays there 
>are translation tools on the web which let you guess most of content you can't 
> (i could figure out what vlada wrote to renato... a good answer but nothing 
>that was really worth to be translated to be understandable by every everyone 
>who can't read serbian...).
> finally: most of us are proud that this list (and the whole community) can work 
>so well even without enforcing english as the only language and -- personally -- 
> i really don't see any reason to change that policy!
> buon pomeriggio
> a.l.e

I stand corrected. 

Thanks, a.l.e. :)



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