Re: Local support on support-page
Gerfried Fuchs schreef:
> * Paul van der Vlis <email@example.com> [2009-09-07 17:11:48 CEST]:
>> Gerfried Fuchs schreef:
>>> * Paul van der Vlis <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2009-09-07 12:59:38 CEST]:
>>> Well, the English page probably should hold some hint with respect to
>>> localized support areas; if you have a suggestion for such an addition
>>> it could get added. Something like about localized debian-user-* lists
>>> (where available) would be useful, I guess.
>> Maybe with some kind of a HTML comment in the english page? e.g.:
>> <!-- If it excists for your localisation:
>> <p>There is a $YOURLANG mailinglist, you can subscribe <a href
>> http://lists.debian.org/debian-user-$YOURLANG/ ">here</a>.</p>
> Please rather use some wml comments, not html comments, like starting
> off with # so it doesn't appear in the final html page. :) But yes,
> that's a good path and encourages translators actively through the file.
> I think this is done in some areas already...
My first goal is to get the mailinglist debian-user-dutch on the Dutch
support site. The site-maintainer refused to add the list on the Dutch
site without a discussion in email@example.com and
firstname.lastname@example.org about it. I hope he will add the
mailinglist now, but maybe I have to wait a few days for other comments...
Changing the support-site structure was not my direct intention, I don't
have the time at the moment to study the site, and I am not a web
But maybe it's still a good idea!
Paul van der Vlis.