I actually prefer well thought-out posts in spanish than posts made in
butchered English. Bilingual postings would definitely be welcome... :-)
Lynn Grant wrote:
> Actually, I thought it was very cool that when a Spanish speaker with
> a m0n0wall problem came in, there were other m0n0wall users who could
> help him out in his language. This seems like the very soul of Open
> Source at work.
> Also, for those of us who speak a little Spanish, but not well, it is
> nice to see how networking concepts and systems are described in
> Spanish...you won't get that out of your High School Spanish books.
> (I was once on a project where we had a local, non-technical
> translator translate some computer documentation into French. I think
> you could have heard the guys in France laughing all the way across
> the Atlantic.)
> Bilingual postings are nice, if possible, as they let English-only
> speakers follow along, and they make it easier to double-check the
> But just as we don't shun posters who do not understand everything
> about the m0n0wall, we should not shun posters who do not understand
> everything about the English language.
> Be well...
> Lynn Grant