On 10/19/2010 09:25 AM, Jean-Christophe Helary wrote:
There is no need for a "global" user list and the "global" discussion list should not be a mere
"discussion" list but a "policy" list
Global lists should be multi-lingual. Use it for support or discussion,
or marketing for languages or regions that don't yet have a dedicated
list. Also use them for global issues.
If somebody wants to post support questions in toki pona, or Enochian or
Klingon on the general global support list, let them do so.
If a group of Nama or Herero want to discuss the feasibility of an l10n
team, use the global discuss list, with their communication in that
language. If they decide it is feasable, then create the appropriate
lists for them.
There is a certain irony in having a multilingual product name, but a
requirement that the global list be monolingual.
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