[svnbook-www commit] r42 - trunk

C. Michael Pilato cmpilato at red-bean.com
Sat Nov 20 15:33:04 CST 2004

Grzegorz Adam Hankiewicz wrote:

>On 2004-11-19, cmpilato at red-bean.com wrote:
>> <p>This page is also available in the following languages:
>>    <a href="index.es.html" title="Spanish" 
>>-      hreflang="es" lang="es" rel="alternate">espa?ol</a>
>>+      hreflang="es" lang="es" rel="alternate">Spanish</a> |
>>+   <a href="index.it.html" title="Italian" 
>>+      hreflang="it" lang="it" rel="alternate">Italian</a>
>> </p>
>This change is a step backwards in
>terms of internationalization. Please read
>http://www.tech.irt.org/articles/js173/#5. This is the reason why you
>have index.es.html instead of index.sp.html. The attached example
>(content extracted from Debian's home page) should highlight the
Yeah, actually I meant to undo that because I realized that the point is 
for speakers of a language to recognize their language *in* their 
language.  But I guess I didn't "undo" enough (for the Spanish).  The 
Italian I left in English because I don't know Italian.

I'm think that I don't like the "This page is *also* available in..." 
anyway.  I'd rather see "This page is available in..." and have all 
pages list all pages.  Whaddaya think?

(Oh, if you want to fix the index.en.html page back to the right thing, 
please feel free.)
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