Started by DELETE THAT FUCKING Annoying Dead Bug Powell, 13:34, 25 May 21
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Quote from: norecess on 17:31, 18 June 21On the other side -- does this mean everything require to be translated into English ? In other words, should all local communities be starting to use English only for the matter of "international knowledge sharing" ?
Quote from: norecess on 17:31, 18 June 21From what I observed with the French Amstrad community: when something gets important enough, people tend to use English.
Quote from: norecess on 17:31, 18 June 21There is a reason for that: I can definitively state that I would be quite sad (culturally-speaking) to live in a world where only English would be the norm.
Quote from: BSC on 21:00, 21 June 21Fair enough, but that still seems to be excluding non-french people from taking part in the process *before* something gets important enough to be of public interest. To me, that is the definition of a (country or language limited) sub-scene..
Quote from: eto on 21:30, 21 June 21With Google translate, this is becoming less of a problem. It can even increases quality. A good document in Spanish, French or German is sometimes better understandable when Google translates it, than if the author does.
Quote from: TotO on 21:18, 21 June 21Are you speaking about 10 years of cpcwiki german topics?
Quote from: TotO on 21:18, 21 June 21Or about the Revision demo party, when most of the peoples are speaking german, while you don't start to speak english with them?
Quote from: Targhan on 13:27, 18 June 21@BSC Je suis vraiment d'accord avec toi.
QuoteIch stimme Ihnen wirklich zu.
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