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Latest comment: 15 years ago by Siebrand in topic Which Nahuatl do you speak?
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Which Nahuatl do you speak?

Hi Ricardo. In localisation identifying a language is very important. You work on a language that is called Nahuatl. This language, however, has been classified as a macro language. I am particularly interested in the subclass of language of Nahuatl that you are localising in, so that we can make a few adjustments in the background, and let you know which localisation exactly you would have to work in.

These technical adjustments comprise of making a kind of redirect from 'nah' to the language you are localising in. In case we get more translators that speak other languages that are part of Nahuatl, there will not be a problem of how those localisations can live together. Please let me know as soon as possible, so that we can make the changes soon. Thank you for your understanding. Cheers! Siebrand 17:38, 18 July 2008 (UTC)Reply