Quoting Frans Pop (firstname.lastname@example.org): > 2) Currently the order of languages seems to be alphabetical, which means > languages with "high" letters will have a higher chance of being pushed off > the 1st/2nd/3rd CD or off the 1st DVD. Should we maybe use a a somewhat > more intelligent grouping of languages so that at least similar/related > languages can be expected to be supported by the same images? Here's a first proposal. Languages are (roughly) grouped by families (some families could be debatable). Drawback: why should we put West European first and South Asian or African last? There is indeed no reason except our western-centric minds..:-) Another idea would be ranking languages by number of speakers. Or maybe use popcon (are there popularity rankings for tasks?).
# Main tasks gnome-desktop desktop web-server laptop mail-server print-server database-server dns-server file-server # Language tasks # Commented out means the language is currently not supported in D-I # West and North European (Latin-1 based) basque-desktop brazilian-portuguese brazilian-portuguese-desktop catalan catalan-desktop danish danish-desktop dutch dutch-desktop esperanto-desktop finnish finnish-desktop french french-desktop galician galician-desktop german german-desktop #icelandic #icelandic-desktop #irish #irish-desktop italian italian-desktop northern-sami-desktop norwegian norwegian-desktop portuguese portuguese-desktop spanish spanish-desktop swedish swedish-desktop #welsh #welsh-desktop # Central and East-European (mostly Latin-2 based) croatian croatian-desktop czech czech-desktop estonian-desktop greek greek-desktop hungarian hungarian-desktop latvian-desktop lithuanian lithuanian-desktop polish polish-desktop romanian romanian-desktop slovak slovak-desktop slovenian slovenian-desktop turkish turkish-desktop # Caucasian georgian-desktop # Cyrillic belarusian belarusian-desktop bulgarian bulgarian-desktop cyrillic cyrillic-desktop macedonian macedonian-desktop russian russian-desktop #serbian #serbian-desktop ukrainian ukrainian-desktop # Arabic-script and RTL arabic arabic-desktop hebrew hebrew-desktop persian persian-desktop # CJK chinese-s chinese-s-desktop chinese-t chinese-t-desktop japanese japanese-desktop korean korean-desktop # Indic and South-Asia bengali bengali-desktop dzongkha-desktop gujarati-desktop hindi hindi-desktop malayalam-desktop nepali-desktop punjabi punjabi-desktop tamil tamil-desktop # South-East Asia khmer khmer-desktop tagalog thai thai-desktop vietnamese-desktop # African #xhosa-desktop # Alternative desktop environments kde-desktop xfce-desktop
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