Hi all, sorry for not reading the whole conversation,
On 30/10/12 08:30, Jane Darnell wrote:I find strange that it is used for showing news intended for one or
> Interesting reading, thanks for that analysis. I do prefer US-oriented
> news (like the NYtimes most-emailed-list) above other English, and I
> prefer NL Dutch above other English, so I guess it makes sense.
other countries. The accept-language header should not be used to
determine the locale  (or at least not be the sole way to do it).
But if that config is ok for you, just use it. Just be aware of the
We expected you to talk about both your Dutch and US experiences :)
> The odd
> thing I asked myself was if my answers would have been different in
> English... I suppose my experience with uploading the US images was
> significantly different from uploading the Dutch ones, just because the
> identifier lookup method was so different.
I guess there may be some bias there for multi-country uploaders.
I took a look and we currently have 156 people claimng to have uploaded
from several countries out of 1293 answers.
In some cases they are claiming where it's only one: "it,other |
Italia", "ar,other | Argentina", "nl,other | Nederland".
In others I wonder how they managed to choose "Ukraine" (written just
above "United States") fill "other" (written just below) and yet not see
the United States checkbox: "ua,other | United States". Maybe they
thought they were clicking "United States". :/
Other people may have thought we asked about the photos uploaded to
Commons or the photos they had in their computers, instead of WLM ones:
"ca,fr,de,it,es,ua,us,other | Grèce, DOM (France) , Turquie , Portugal"
We also had three people marking the 35 countries (and another, 32). I
am a bit skeptical of those.
Can anyone translate «Dla wszystkich, które chciałyby skorzystać (co
wiąże się z licencją cc by-sa)» ?
After removing duplicates, 784. We will easily double that.
> Great results!! How many responses did we get last year?
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