Probably because we'd all like to help, if the forum is restricted to another language that will also limit the help you can get. At least, that's my opinion.Originally Posted by Klug
Are you saying you don't have those logs at all or just not in that directory? The zmsetup.log should be there and it probably has a numeric suffix. Where did you get the install.log details you posted earlier? Can't do much without that information.Originally Posted by VLR
I do agree with you.Originally Posted by phoenix
But problem is also "the other way round" : people who won't want to participate in English because they don't feel like it (too shy, not sure of their written English or any other reason).
This is something we can explore in the future. As Bill said the more centralized we keep it now the better. Just let's more people participate and learn.Originally Posted by Klug
Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.
Cheat.Originally Posted by phoenix
Centralisation against Decentralisation ?
I see your different opinion, that are all respectable.
But anyway Zimbra is not only for Tech peoples it's a daytoday interface for mail and calendar for "the common user of PC" and this one in his country need to use his own languages, not only in France, but in Italy, Spain and ... too.
Than 2 solutions:
Let have local Forum for users in their languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish and .....).
and Central Tech Forum in English is fine for the beginning.
It seams for me a correct and fair solution.
Notes: There is some english people living in France
oh my God......
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