Le dimanche 1 mars 2009 22:41:11 Axel Beckert, vous avez écrit : > Luca Capello schrieb am Sun, Mar 01, 2009 at 10:31:18PM +0100: > > I was in the process of doing that and another question came to my mind: > > should we provide smooth "upgrades" adding redirections for the old > > merchandise.*.html pages? > > Hmmm, if those pages have already seen a number of traffic, that would > be a god idea. Use "permanent" (i.e. HTTP Code 301) redirects if > possible. > > > > Also, maybe some of us with French or Italian browser configurations > > > could try whether http://debian.ch loads in the expected language? > > > > I tested for Italian and it works as expected (i.e. in Italian). I do > > not have any French browser ATM, but I can ask to someone in the lab > > tomorrow. > > It's easy to test for everyone independent of the browser: > > Works: GET -H "Accept-Language: de" http://debian.ch/merchandise > Works: GET -H "Accept-Language: en" http://debian.ch/merchandise > Works: GET -H "Accept-Language: it" http://debian.ch/merchandise > Works: GET -H "Accept-Language: fr" http://debian.ch/merchandise Hi, It does not work with konqueror (3.5.10) due to bug #358459. This is what konqueror asks : $ HEAD -H "Accept-Language: fr,en" http://debian.ch | grep Content-Language Content-Language: en => does not work. This is perfectly correct behaviour (see bug report), but not what the user expects. Regards, OdyX -- Didier Raboud, proud Debian user. CH-1802 Corseaux firstname.lastname@example.org
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