UOF v2.0, the PRC national XML standard for Chinese Office documents--what to do with it in LibreOffice?
toki.kantoor at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 08:34:12 PST 2014
On 12/11/14 13:12, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
>> What happened to the Chinese language team?
>> zh.libreoffice.org is in English, even though that is not on the
>> "acceptable language list" of my browser.
> That never existed.. it is
> http://zh-tw.libreoffice.org/ and
Redirecting zh.libreoffice.org to either zh-tw.libreoffice.org or
zh-cn.libreoffice.org is a political issue.
Using English on zh.libreoffice.org is a linguistic issue.
I'd propose replacing the current content of zh.libreoffice.org with a
page that says:
«Using Google Translate, and all the errors that makes.»
For Traditional Chinese, go to zh-tw.libreoffice/org
For Simplified Chinese, go to zh-cn.libreoffice.org
For English, go to en.libreoffice.org
For Japanese go to ja.libreoffice.org
For Korean go to ko.libreoffice.org
For Viet go to vi.libreoffice.org
한국어 ko.libreoffice.org로 이동
Đối với Việt đi vi.libreoffice.org
> nl.libreoffice.org is in Dutch, just because it is created in dutch -
> there is no redirection done based on browser language on the site.
I thought I had previously seen browser language redirection on the site.
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