On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 10:34 AM, S.Kemter email@example.com wrote:
Am Donnerstag, den 15.10.2009, 09:28 -0500 schrieb Bryen M Yunashko:
As each of our lists of followers grow on Twitter, Identi.ca, etc and more international, we should start thinking of ways to simplify re-tweeting for our followers to quickly pick up on.
I just picked up and retweeted a spanish version of today's 11.2 RC1 announcement knowing that I have some Spanish-language followers who could easily retweet that and spread it around to their followers.
For major announcements and such, we should probably form a team of translators (tweet-slators?) so we can send out tweets in multiple languages. What do you guys think?
When u link an page in ur tweet and that page is not spanish why should then the tweet translated?
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I think he stating that when a page is retweeted, by the translator, they will adjust the page to the language they are translating for.