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Spanish subforum

Postby JoseDomingo » 7. Dec 2007, 00:12

I would like a spanish subforum .

Thanks

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Postby Festor » 8. May 2008, 11:29

I agree. It is not fair that the Germans have a forum in their language and others do not have. The Hispanic community is very big.
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Postby Festor » 9. May 2008, 16:45

hello? :(
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Postby stefan.becker » 9. May 2008, 17:22

Im from Germany. But i think its not good to have a section for every language. So the search function is not usable.

Post in english. I can this, too.

Its not perfect, but i think, understandable.
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Postby Festor » 9. May 2008, 21:03

Forgive ... but phpBB allows searches by forums and.. more ...

But i think its not good to have a section for every language. So the search function is not usable.


Does not the forum German knocked out the search function? It is not fair to allow extra one language and no more. The Spanish is spoken in both Spain and many countries in South America. It is one of the languages, with more speakers in the world

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In addition, for example, the word "operating system" is not written same in Spanish as in English, French or German.
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Postby hege » 9. May 2008, 21:09

VirtualBox developers are mainly from Germany. They can answer in English and German.

How do you think they can help with Spanish questions? You are free to create your own forum. VirtualBox has no obligation of being a "forum hoster" when it has no general benefit.
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Postby Festor » 9. May 2008, 21:23

VirtualBox has no obligation of being a "forum hoster" when it has no general benefit.


Most of the problem with VirtualBox not require technical knowledge. Many users do not know how to configure your VirtualBox or solve problems with timely updates.

"no general benefit", I do not think the same...

When a user fails to fix a problem with a program it is likely that users stop using the program. A forum with people in their own language solves many problems.

More users leads to more people using VirtualBox which impacts on the number of reported errors in an increase in the amount of documentation available (in various languages) and finally the program was more widespread.
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oh yeah...

Postby cornbread » 12. May 2008, 18:04

Well I want one in italian and in greek. Oh yeah while you're at it make one in arabic. :idea:
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Postby stefan.becker » 12. May 2008, 20:34

Yes, and for Germany i want 4 dialectic subforums:

sächsisch, schwäbisch, bayerisch, deutsch :)
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Postby Hans Eberhardt » 12. May 2008, 21:59

Stefan, you forgot the frankonian (fränkisch) forum.
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Postby srobot » 14. May 2008, 02:33

English is the most used language on the internet and the most used by coders.

Even Linus Torvalds documents his code in English (he's from Finland).
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Postby Phobos » 14. May 2008, 22:20

that being said, I think it was a fair request... after all, it's true that not everybody can communicate on english or german... so, stop with the sarcasm already

JoseDomingo, Festor, I recommend you to make a spanish virtualbox forum yourselves somewhere else... you might even want to ask at Sun's hispanic community for help

(http://opensolaris.org/jive/forum.jspa?forumID=174
http://opensolaris.org/jive/forum.jspa?forumID=55)
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