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Yot

First of all, i think we all are right. I don't want to get in a tug of war game. :)

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not everyone speaks (writes in this case) english
Totally true. I rely a lot on the 'check spelling' future in firefox. Than won't do grammar though.

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technical terms/measures/verbs/...
Personally i get most of the technical terms i use from datasheets or wikipedia. As i search for those in google not set for dutch language i get mostly english results.
In a broader sense; When i search for information on the internet i think it is limiting if i search in dutch only. Matter of how many people speak dutch vs other languages. With that in mind i should learn mandarin chinese, hindi or at least spanish. :)

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So it always helps if a user can ask questions in their mother/native language.
I will help, yes. With the disadvantage of 'hiding' information for non-dutch members.

I would have thought that english would not be a problem for most dutch people. Especially the techies.

Another 2 cents.

Jeroen

FrankM

As I wrote in another post: I am "against" language-based subfora because of the reason Yot mentions. And not only do some wonderful solutions get hidden, but you are also limiting yourself to a far less large group of people.

If one continues with the language subfora its only use should be for people who cannot write english to find someone that can... And in all honesty: are there really Dutch people who cannot write their questions in English?

Frank

Machiel

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A lot less than the other way around I suppose.

EriSan500

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Dec 11, 2009, 02:31 pm Last Edit: Dec 11, 2009, 02:32 pm by erisan500 Reason: 1
Ok, Ok, Ok, got the message. I give up...but hey, I tried.

For me this topic is closed.  :-X

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