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Open Italian section
#1
Open Italian section
Hi all,

i propose to open a italian support section on the forum.
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RE: Open Italian section
We are an english based website.

Helps other users get support.
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RE: Open Italian section
On top of Nigel's points, no support staff speak italian and it splits the community when dividing the forum into language sections.
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RE: Open Italian section
would be a good idea
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RE: Open Italian section
(08-28-2014, 01:35 AM)Cloudino Wrote: would be a good idea

We've just said it's not.
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RE: Open Italian section
There are two problems to handle with different language sections :

- it splits the community : responses, announces and tips given in a specific language cannot be read by other people,

- the owner of a domain/forum is responsible of the quality and law compliant of its public content, but how can he ensure a content is correct when nobody of the team read the language ?

If an Italian forum is really required, the better solution would be that it will be created independently by someone speaking Italian, but remember that it will require some constant work to limit the gap with the "official forum" here.
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