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Ralf Hilgenstock


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
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We would like to see a german version of vue. Is it possible to localize vue? Can you give an info how to do it?
Peter Wilkins


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
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Hi Ralf:
We recognize the value of providing localization as a means of extending the adoption and usefulness of VUE. Unfortunately, due to the extent of the changes to the code that it would involve, we don't currently have plans to support localization.

I hope to revisit this decision in a few months. One of the factors is an evaluation of who is using VUE and for what purposes. Since the decision is about the most productive use of development resources, we invite comment from our user community. Feel free to contact us through this forum or directly at: vue-help@elist.tufts.edu

Peter Wilkins
peter.wilkins at tufts dot edu
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Ralf Hilgenstock


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
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Hi Peter,

we are german moodle Partner and know about lot of interest in tools for content packaging for use in moodle world wide. If it is possible to use the vue cp files as a ressource in vue, there are worldwide supporter for vue localization from this side.

See also the unanswered posting in this forum.

Ralf
 
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