On Fri, 10 Nov 2006, Michel M. wrote:
The official Ruby language website is now available in English,
Japanese, Korean, Polish and Spanish. There are more translation
initiatives going on, and soon we will have Brazilian Portuguese,
Chinese, Czech, French, German, Norwegian and Russian versions.
Congratulations to all translation teams for the hard work!
Yes, and the fact that they’ve had to commit to keeping this stuff
up-to-date is impressive.
Isn’t there a convention on the Web that alternate languages are
signposted very near the top of the page, so they are seen first?
[OT: Don’t most languages read downwards, even those that traditionally
scan vertically fastest?]