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Re: [tdf-moderators] Localized footers


Hi James,

James Wilde wrote on 2010-12-02 15.30:

Have I missed something, maybe in discuss? All the lists I moderate - so far - are in English and don't need the footers translating. However, I might be made moderator of a future Swedish list.

that feature is rather new and has been developed by Alexander Werner with his Python PyMIME module. So, from today on, every list can have their localized footer with special characters. :-) If we don't receive a translation by the list owners, we just use the English default one.

Something wrong here, Florian. The first line on help below is 90 characters, the second 81 and the third 85. Would be nice to have 100 for Swedish at least, or shall we just wrap lines at around 80?

Yes, unfortunately, it's not always possible. No, don't wrap the lines, just try to be as brief as possible. When it's more than 80, shit happens... :-)

Florian

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[tdf-moderators] Localized footersFlorian Effenberger <floeff@documentfoundation.org>
Re: [tdf-moderators] Localized footersJames Wilde <wilde.james@gmail.com>
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