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Re: Translations

From: frozenice <frozenice@frozenice.de>
Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2012 19:52:12 +0100
Message-ID: <50BF97DC.7070404@frozenice.de>
To: public-webplatform@w3.org
Uhm, yeah:

css/properties/border-radius?zh is the same page as css/properties/border-radius, you just added a parameter.
(I'm assuming we want translations on their own page)

css/properties/border-radius/lang:zh is still in the default namespace.
Also there could be problems with wiki markup, don't know for sure, but wouldn't risk it.
If we want people to be able to filter search results by language, that one does not help.

css/properties/border-radius/lang-zh seems ok from a technical standpoint, but doesn't look pretty. :(

css/properties/border-radius/$zh just looks wrong to me as a programmer :>

I don't know, maybe some other char?
css/properties/border-radius/:zh (looks the best to me, also shouldn't clash with CSS stuff)

On 05.12.2012 17:25, Chris Mills wrote:
> On 5 Dec 2012, at 16:19, Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org> wrote:
>> Hi, Chris-
>> On 12/5/12 10:55 AM, Chris Mills wrote:
>>> On 5 Dec 2012, at 15:50, Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org> wrote:
>>>> Hi, folks-
>>>> Yes, good point, Phistuck.
>>>> The lang: namespace idea is interesting. Namespaces have
>>>> implications for search, which may be a good thing... we want
>>>> someone to be able to search within their own language (or rather,
>>>> within any particular language). It is a bit long, though...
>>>> Chris, why did you dismiss the query-string delimiter? For
>>>> technical MediaWiki reasons, or some other reason?
>>> Oh, I'm sorry - I didn't mean to dismiss ? - that was supposed to be
>>> part of the previous sentence. I was only dismissing # and @
>> LOL... I misread your message. I agree about # and @.
>> Since we're on the topic... what about it?
>> Chinese: docs/webplatform.org/wiki/css/properties/border-radius?zh
> That would work pretty well, afaics. Anyone got any ideas on why this wouldn't work?

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