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Re: Wiki localization: patch wiki, or work with current tools ?

Here is my suggestion for the time being...
We will need to add this for each language that its fully translated in the wiki

        RewriteCond     %{HTTP:Accept-Language} ^fr.*
        RewriteRule     ^/wiki/(.*)$     /wiki/$1_FR [R,L]

So mainly, if any request is done by a browser that accepts FR language, rewrite the url to whatever it was + the language termination that we want.

The only downside is that we needed to manually add the languages...
What do you guys think ?!


On 6/27/07, Dimitris Glezos <dimitris glezos com> wrote:
O/H Ville-Pekka Vainio έγραψε:
> I had a chat about this on #moin-dev yesterday evening. The Moin multilang
> implementation works as wikifarms, so that you have en.wiki.tld, de.wiki.tld
> etc. and it links the same pages in those wikis together. This also means
> that you need to have the same page names in all wikis, so they can't be
> localized.

Is there any other way to do it besides wikifarms? For example, by putting on
the header of the english page links to all others and from all others to the
english one (ie choose a language as the wiki's "main" lang)?


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