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1gangleri
Editado: Oct 10, 2010, 1:49pm

Hi! I did run into many new thinks.

I started because of some books left at People/Characters: Che Guevara. I logged in at the German, Dutch and Swedisch LT sites.

a) The hint "Ernesto ''Che'' Guevara" is anly visible for logged in users at the English site.
b) If people are not logged in they will see 12 works.
c) re: ttp://www.librarything.com/work/685676 The Mind's Eye: Writings on Photography and Photographers is listed there but
http://www.librarything.com/commonknowledge/changelog.php?item=685676&type=1 does not show any activity / people/characters entries about Che Guevara.
Is this a bug? No. If you log in to Italian LT and go to librarything.it/work/685676/commonknowledge you will see that there are six "Personaggi" listed at that work

Main questions: Is there a group specialized on Internationalization, Internationalisation topics?

Regards Reinhardt

btw: I did something stupid. I touched:
1) librarything.de/commonknowledge/changelog.php?item=1529472&type=1 ( librarything.com equivalent )
2) librarything.de/commonknowledge/changelog.php?item=1882618&type=1 ( librarything.com equivalent )
3) se.librarything.com/commonknowledge/changelog.php?item=147832&type=1 ( librarything.com equivalent )

fixed typos and html
P.S. http://www.librarything.com/topic/83225 is about "logs" for multiple line CK changes - issue c)

P.P.S. Fixed first link ( People/Characters: Che Guevara ) and localized links 1), 2), 3)

2gangleri
Oct 8, 2010, 8:34pm

groups_new_search.php searchbox= documentation, Internationalization, Internationalisation gives no results :-(

3gangleri
Oct 10, 2010, 1:56pm

One of the first topics might rlated to localization of hardcoded links in threads / topics. As I noticed in 1> it does not make much sense that (if you are logged in to Italian LT) a lot of posted links send you to www. se., .de, .nl LT sites. I did not check this but I suppose this will be the case.

I assume that in 95% of the cases people want to keep links in their LT domain. Maybe some Greasemonkey ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/748/ ) code can provide some help at the beginning.

4gangleri
Editado: Oct 25, 2010, 12:02pm

I am logged in at LT in Russian. The link at
http://www.librarything.com/topic/100323#2242753
== http://ru.librarything.com/topic/100323#2242753
==? http:../topic/100323#2242753 is hardcoded;
also the link at
http://www.librarything.com/topic/100330#2242692
== http://ru.librarything.com/topic/100330#2242692
==? http:../topic/100330#2242692

"From http://www.librarything.com/work/book/60231973 I made a reciprocal recommendation to
http://www.librarything.com/work/details/60232151
"
==? "From http:../work/book/60231973 I made a reciprocal recommendation to
http:../work/details/60232151
"

P.S. That exactly is http://librarything.com/topic/100330#2242692 ? Which domain; which LT site?

5gangleri
Oct 25, 2010, 6:01am

rendering bug:
escaped code posted as topic:

a) "<i>foo link bar http://ru.librarything.com/topic/100210</i>" (without space between link and html syntax)

posted here: "foo link bar http://ru.librarything.com/topic/100210"

comments: the closing " is at the wrong place