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# I can't see a problem with a post from a distressed user in a
#language I don't understand, especially in the language this list
#originates from (even if it is technically an English language list).
#I guess it helps that I do read German. But I can't see flaming somebody
#on a security list for posting off-language, the day may well come that
#somebody posts the first warning of a nasty exploit in Chinese (at which
#point I can only hope whoever answers provides enough translation for
#the rest of us to get a heads-up).
# Now, Francisco's reply was not only off-topic, but rude. (I can
#say that because most of the Spanish I've picked up at all is off topic
#and rude. I've got to note that Spanish insult is damned near poetic,
I've had enough of this "talk in english or be flamed" stuff. We need to
have a system of translation set up.
someone sends a message to the list in a non-english language and the
person who is assigned to that language translates it to english and
sends out the translation. Each language which is represented in this
list would have a translator and 1+ back-up translators, in case the
main translator was taken away to server51 by the greys with red hats.
There's also the option of creating seperate lists, but that would
split the community a good bit in this arena.
Build on it, fix it, etc.
Betrayal lasts one night. The results are forever.
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