[tei-council] Badges... and I18N
laurent.romary at loria.fr
Sun Apr 12 08:05:03 EDT 2009
My feeling would be to start launching the badges as is for the time
being and see how the community reacts. We cannot cover all potential
languages ourselves, but may offer people to localize the badges
themselves and send them back to us so that we integrate them in the
pool of available badges in the long term.
Le 11 avr. 09 à 23:34, Dan O'Donnell a écrit :
> Any additional responses to James's excellent question? I think the
> question "do you put a TEI badge on your website" is one we should get
> in the habit of asking (I'll be proposing another fairly soon: are
> you a
> subscriber?). But what about the anglo-centricism? Methods of dealing
> with it?
> James Cummings wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I know no one wants to think about badges....
>> But sitting here in Lyon listening to interesting presentations
>> about tools and resources using TEI, I keep wanting to say "Do you
>> put a TEI Badge on your website?"
>> The problem, of course, with this is that our badges are horribly
>> anglo-centric in that they only have English words on them.
>> Alongside these badges, might we also include one which uses no
>> words on it at all? Just the TEI logo in a standard format for
>> people to badge their website with?
>> Just thought I'd mention it as a possibility.
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