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We Are Going Increasingly German :-)

 
pkmcr
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on 07/01/2013

Over the last few days I have noticed more and more of the text is German - from the module titles to the thank you/data saved note when one posts in the forum.

Any chance we could restore the English so that my limited German doesn't fail me?


BrendaReeves
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on 07/01/2013

I've noticed the same thing.


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humagaia
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on 07/01/2013

Reckon the impending 'huge' Pagewizz update is about to be rolled out after testing - then rolled out for Wizzley. Personally I can live with the German, rather than deflect the guys from delivering everything as soon as possible.


Digby_Adams
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on 07/01/2013

I don't know. I'm afraid the German might be symptoms of some sort of melt down. I don't understand why when they work on the German site we get affected. Is it one big site?

chefkeem
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on 07/01/2013

I'll ask Simon to comment on that. Prolly tomorrow.


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Digby_Adams
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on 07/01/2013

No rush chefkeem. I was just wondering out loud. Something I probably shouldn't do too often.

MaggiePowell
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on 07/01/2013

Zum Glueck kann ich Deutsch lesen, aber ich glaube es ist bestimmt schwierig fuer Andere Wizzley Authoren. 

grin

nightowl
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on 07/01/2013

We're currently in the process of separating the code base for the two sites to allow for a somewhat more independent and flexible development of each site. The appearance of German terms is probably just a temporary fringe benefit of this transition.

 


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Digby_Adams
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on 07/01/2013

Thanks for the fast explanation Anne.

humagaia
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on 07/01/2013

 

MaggiePowell: 07/01/2013 - 06:01 PM

Zum Glueck kann ich Deutsch lesen, aber ich glaube es ist bestimmt schwierig fuer Andere Wizzley Authoren. 

grin

Nah, just bung it into Google translate to get the gist =

"Luckily I can read German, but I think it must be difficult for other Wizzley authors."


MaggiePowell
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on 07/01/2013

Ahhh... and I was just feeling proud that all of those years of German Classes were paying off....

 

darn google...

Digby_Adams
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on 07/01/2013

Well you could always try writing at PageWizz, our German cousin. Although it might be more like a co-joined twin at this point.

I have visited the site and looked at their Wizzes. I don't speak German but I found the way they lay out their Wizzles interesting. I enjoyed some of the pictures.

nightowl
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on 07/01/2013

The last time we discussed a similar phenomenon, someone, I believe it was young Paul II, suggested a fantastic, free online learning site called duolingo.com.

I actually got my kids and hubby to sign up and finally learn German. ;)


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Simon
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on 07/02/2013

Okay, it's all in English again :-) Phew! Embarassed


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CADoerr
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on 07/02/2013

 

nightowl: 07/01/2013 - 09:40 PM

The last time we discussed a similar phenomenon, someone, I believe it was young Paul II, suggested a fantastic, free online learning site called duolingo.com.

I actually got my kids and hubby to sign up and finally learn German. ;)

Why not Austrian? Austrian is more melodic than the rough German.


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CADoerr
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on 07/02/2013

 

humagaia: 07/01/2013 - 07:27 PM

 

MaggiePowell: 07/01/2013 - 06:01 PM

Zum Glueck kann ich Deutsch lesen, aber ich glaube es ist bestimmt schwierig fuer Andere Wizzley Authoren. 

grin

Nah, just bung it into Google translate to get the gist =

"Luckily I can read German, but I think it must be difficult for other Wizzley authors."

"Glück"  "für andere Autoren"

Just some small typos ;)


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CADoerr
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on 07/02/2013

 

nightowl: 07/01/2013 - 09:40 PM

The last time we discussed a similar phenomenon, someone, I believe it was young Paul II, suggested a fantastic, free online learning site called duolingo.com.

I actually got my kids and hubby to sign up and finally learn German. ;)

Thanks a lot! I definately need to improve my English so that I can write the one or the other article for Wizzley :P


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MaggiePowell
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on 07/02/2013

I guess I'll stick with English.... 

pkmcr
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on 07/02/2013

 

Simon: 07/02/2013 - 03:22 AM

Okay, it's all in English again :-) Phew! Embarassed

Danke Laughing


TessaSchlesinger
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on 07/03/2013

Agreed, but then I'm a German citizen, and while my German is 'schlect' to say the least, I'll get by. Besides it's exciting! :)

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