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From Marcus <>
Subject Re: Website: switching language keeps relative page
Date Fri, 16 Jan 2015 18:30:41 GMT
Am 01/16/2015 04:28 PM, schrieb Aivaras Stepukonis:
> You seem to be referring to the same issue. Is it a good thing to
> localize the names of folders and files? I am not a programmer but it
> looks to me that it would create clutter, no?

that's a good question, indeed. :-) We need to answer this (and find a 
common agreement, of course) before we can change a thing.

> The folders and files of the website are not there to address the
> visitors of the website interested in AOO as a software product. The
> folders and files of the website are things "under the hood" and as such
> should stay in English. And even English here is better understood not
> as a vernacular, but a universally adopted tagging or marking technique.
> So I would tend not to localize the names of folders and files.

 From an admin point of view I would agree with you. However, I'll ask a 
colleague at work if there will be any problems with SEO when we 
keep/change every directory and file name in English (e.g., getting a 
bad ranking in Google search results).


> 2015.01.12 23:08, Ariel Constenla-Haile rašė:
>> This wouldn't be so straight-forward, because localized sites may have
>> localized folders; for example, in the Spanish site the folder are
>> "descargar" = download
>> "por-que" -> ¿Por qué? = why
>> (This shows how precarious and primitive is the current way of
>> maintaining the whole thing, where some change in the English download
>> page may brake everything).
> 2015.01.12 23:06, Marcus rašė:
>> Not only the webpages are localized, also the relative
>> pages/directories can be localized, e.g., ".../de/downloads/",
>> ".../fr/Telecharger/", ".../es/descargar/". This has to be taken into
>> account. Furthermore, the implementation has to be case-sensitive

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