On Thursday 27 April 2006 21:37, Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña wrote: > Same for the Spanish translation, that includes both and says that the > translation is "unofficial" and not valid (legally speaking) but is > included for reference purposes. One important difference though: Spanish is an XML-based translation which gives you the freedom to add additional paragraphs with such a disclaimer. I don't know if that makes it OK to include an unofficial translation of a legal text (as I've said before IANAL, and don't really want to be either), but at least you can make it very obvious _that_ it is unofficial. The Vietnamese translation is PO-based, which currently does not give the same freedom and so even more care should be taken before translating the appendix. BTW, the Swedish translation is also PO-based, so I do hope Daniel has managed to make their note conspicuous enough...
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