2016-05-31 11:54 GMT-07:00 Gerard Meijssen <gerard.meijssen(a)gmail.com>om>:
There are several parts to this. There is the technical part of it. There
is the principle behind my stance.
When you look at a page in the asl incubator  it is full of English and
we do want a complete UI in ASL. I have no clue how an ASL UI should look
and we will never figure it out without an environment that is completely
As I already mentioned, it's possible to switch the UI language to ase,
just like to any other. One way to do this is to go to Preferences ->
Internationalization and select "ase". It works for me.
The notion that I should comment on Phabricator is
something I reject. It
is not an environment that I frequent. It has everything to do with the
fact that it did not work well for me in the past.
Sorry, but it does work for a lot of people. It's the only thing that works
for staff and volunteer engineers.
The second part is that it has been argued before that
we should be more
forthcoming in enabling new projects. This project has two arguments going
for it. The technical one
If it's the thing you mentioned above, then I just showed you how it can
function in the Incubator. Is there anything else?