[maemo-users] non-English blogs on Planet maemo?

From: Rafael Proença cypherbios at ubuntu.com
Date: Fri Nov 2 15:12:17 EET 2007
Now that it came up, I recently noticed that there are not many (if any)
localized versions of the Maemo community resources. I mean, localized
versions of the Website, Planet, Wiki, and so on would be really

Sorry, I can't help mentioning Ubuntu LoCoTeams[1] which really does bring
the community together. Despite the fact that the ITs are mostly sold in
countries where people speak english, there are many people outside there
that does not speak/understand English but would like to be part of it, by
getting help or contributing in some way.

Does anyone else think that would be nice to see localized versions of the
maemo.org resources?
For a quick comparison you can see the resources at www.ubuntu.com and
www.ubuntu-br.org, this last one if from the Ubuntu Brazilian Community. I
would love to see a "Maemo Brazilian Community" (as I know that are many
brazilians here in this list) and such.

Any thoughts?

[1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoTeams

On 11/2/07, Quim Gil <quim.gil at nokia.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-10-31 at 15:21 +0100, ext Laurent MARTIN wrote:
> > Hi there!
> > Months ago (ie. before the re-skinning of maemo.org), non-English
> > feeds where available through a specific link on planet-maemo: am I
> > wrong or they've disappeared with the current layout of the site? Any
> > chance to see them back?
> They disappeared, yes. Now that you mention. Of course we can have them
> back, and add more. The current 'social news' filtering at
> http://maemo.org/news allows us to be more flexible adding feeds.
> > Not that I'm not happy with English feeds (planet-maemo is
> > automatically opened as soon as I launch Firefox) but it is also
> > interesting to see what's happen on some 'foreign' blogs.
> Everybody is a foreigner. How should we implement this? The options seem
> to be:
> 1 - All feeds in one planet stream.
> 2 - Apartheid English - All The Rest
> 3 - Par language planets.
> Please agree on something and we will apply it. Knowing what are the
> real needs (blogs about maemo development in non-English) will help.
> In case of doubt I propose just 1 until another option is clearly
> needed.
> --
> Quim Gil - http://maemo.org
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Rafael Proença
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