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How should Cpanel handle multi-language?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by FeeL, Nov 13, 2007.

  1. FeeL

    FeeL Well-Known Member

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    Hi There,

    I'm from brazil, and after using Cpanel for 5 years I'd like to make some suggestions and look for other opinions on this subject.
    I'm pretty sure that a lot of people has language translations issues and I hope this subject can help all non-english people, or just anyone that likes to have a real, easy, and effective multi-lang system.

    + Central Translation interface in WHM +

    - Webmails (horde, squirrel mail)
    - Automatic e-mails (new account, limits being reached, logs, etc)
    - Apache messages
    - previous setup ready to use lang files

    Cpanel could hire someone or accept official contributions. Translating everything is a HUGE work, and most people has to hire others, or use (pay for) RVskin to solve this.

    Cpanel
    - general image files
    - tutorials (x3)
    - mysite.com.br:2086/logout/ page and login, and passwd error too

    When something new, like X3 is released, we get very upset because we cannot give our clients all its features, due to "not translated" parts. In my personal opinion, Cpanel should adopt the major languages as supported and only louch something new after the language is fully integrated. Allowing the Admin to translate is fine, but not quite good.

    What else can you suggest?
     
    #1 FeeL, Nov 13, 2007
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