[geeklog-devel] Re: Translation stuff for GL2

Vincent Furia vfuria at gmail.com
Wed Jul 21 21:36:38 EDT 2004

The big down side to this method is that every theme will have to be
translated into every desired language.  So if a site wants 7 themes
(as comes with geeklog today) and 36 languages (as comes with geeklog
today) under this scheme they'd have to translate each theme 36 times.
 That's 252 themes and a whole lot of extra work for translators.


On Wed, 21 Jul 2004 11:56:04 -0600, Sean M. Cunningham
<seanmcunningham at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I was thinking that it might be kind of nice to have the translations
> incorporated with the themes. XSilver_en, XSilver_fr, XSilver_sp, and so
> on. Designing in my native language seems only natural and I would
> imagine that most designers are designing in their native languages
> also. A site that requires multiple languages would have to have the
> translator and designer working together though.
> I feel that this could streamline the base code and simplify the themes,
> although it would increase the quantity of themes.
> The trade off would be ok for me. What do you think?
> -Sean
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