Le jeudi 9 octobre 2008 21:07:37 Franklin PIAT, vous avez écrit : > On Thu, 2008-10-09 at 16:55 +0200, Didier Raboud wrote: > > My actual konqueror (3.5.9.dfsg.1-5) sends "Accept-Language: fr,en", > > which, according to RFC2616 (HTTP1.1) , means that both french and > > english are _equally_ acceptable (Section 14.4) : > > [..] > > > My proposal is to render the correct language page according to the > > user's priority list (ordered list), instead of the server's. > > If the web server were to render page according to the list order, it > would mean that it doesn't consider them "equally acceptable". > > The way I understand the specs is that if a user states that two > languages are "equally acceptable", then it means that it's up to the > server to negotiate, based on it's own criteria. The problem in this case is that it's not the _user_ who is stating its priorities, but the software he uses... > The RFC2616 "12.1 Server-driven Negotiation" says : > > However, an origin server is not limited to these dimensions and MAY > > vary the response based on any aspect of the request, including > > information outside the request-header fields or within extension > > header fields not defined by this specification. > > And that's very useful for server side negotiation, because on the > server side, it's likely that the language were written in one given > language, then translated. It would then be sensible to provide the > original document. > > Thanks for the suggestion anyway (and Keep reporting bugs). > > Franklin Many thanks for your detailed explanation. My more immediate concern is that for a very long time now, konqueror users are still shown an english Debian homepage, which is really annoying. I'll _maybe_ try to find time to go through the konqueror sources and try to find where a simple patch could apply to correct this annoying behavior. Let's hope I'll find time ! ;) Don't worry : I won't stop reporting and contributing for and on bugs : what lacks is time and knowledge, not motivation ;) . Best regards, OdyX -- Didier Raboud, proud Debian user. CH-1802 Corseaux firstname.lastname@example.org
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