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Old 7th August 2002, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default For people who speak french

SVP, allez voter pour avoir un "french speaking" forum.
Merci

Please vote to get a french speaking forum in the "feature requests list".
This was my first and last political message
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Old 7th August 2002, 07:19 PM   #2
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Question Uh?...

Quel intéret y a t'il a yavoir un tel forum français?

Apprend à être flexible un peu pour communiquer avec les autres
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Old 7th August 2002, 09:32 PM   #3
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Bonjour,

Je trouve quand même qu'au moins un thread en français serait une bonne chose, pour que les francophones puissent expliquer en détail les choses qu'ils ne savent pas dire en anglais...

I think that at least one thread in french language is a good thing, in order to permit that french speaking people can explain, with precision, in his native language, things that they cann't translate in english...

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Old 7th August 2002, 09:47 PM   #4
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Et qui va faire les traductions pour eux qui ne comprennent pas le Francais?

Who's gonna take care of the translations for those who don't understand French?

I find it frustrating enough already that too many of the questions and hypotheses I post in English do not draw any qualified response. Just imagine those being posted in a language that 95% of the members do not even understand!

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Old 7th August 2002, 10:59 PM   #5
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Actually, I see more german or dansih posters truggling in english on this forum then posters from french speaking areas. I'm sure if we made a french section there would have to be german sections, spanish sections etc etc, and then the people not speaking those languages would miss out on the topics being discussed.
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I reckon we keep it in english but provide more integrated translation tools for word / slang and post translation.
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Old 7th August 2002, 11:43 PM   #7
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In that case DIY would not be the same.

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Old 8th August 2002, 12:33 PM   #8
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I partially agree with all of you guys except for a stupid answer of NU_NRG, it was just a suggestion to poll the audience.
Thanks for your honest answers.
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Old 8th August 2002, 01:03 PM   #9
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I agree with JoeBob and Jason,

The board is used by people all over the world, if we begin with a french section, we'll need german sections, suedish, italian..... every contributing counrty will want (or need) an area.

I'm french living in the US, and i say the board (and all other very usefull board as AVSForums) are perfect the way they are, in a langage spoken and understood by most of us.
If you have difficulties understand something, grab a good dictionnary, you'll learn both in english and by the answer you are looking for.
I agree that a multilangage translator would be very helpfull, like a little button next to the "reply" or "quote" button, linking to babelfish translator or something like that.
Maybe we could have a forum open where people query help from other about specific wording, and then post in regular forums....

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Old 8th August 2002, 01:13 PM   #10
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Me little froggy. Find it way cool to ask questions and post replies in English, mainly 'cause I have to think twice (or more) to what I have to write, and it helps me clarifying the problem and asking the right question with the right words Besides, it's harder to wander offtracks with a limited vocabulary
Keep it English !
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