On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 10:35, Alessio Bragadini wrote:
I am going down the route of our Argentinian friend
for a local-language
site (i.e. in Italian), so same questions apply here too.
I was thinking about this issue, and to me seems to have two possible
1. To treat the templates entirely as user configuration, nobody will
use them as bundled, because we all want to have our own look&feel. So,
language will just be part of this config thing, and OG should only give
different default templates for different languages. This doesn't solve
any multi-language issues.
2. To separate look&feel from strings and some logic inside the
templates. Look&feel would be config (css + structure), and the strings
could be managed in two ways: language templates, defining variables
(the templating system is *very* powerful); and using gettext (standard
way, but more hacky to implement here)
Just my 2 pesos :-)