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f0x1er



Joined: 01 Feb 2005
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Location: Russia, Staryy Oskol
Hi!
I'm russian and i think that there are a lot of russians using this forum. It would be nice to make russian part of forum. Don't kick me if this is bad idea Smile
Post 01 Feb 2005, 16:18
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JohnFound



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f0x1er wrote:
Don't kick me if this is bad idea Smile


Without kicking you - it is not actually "bad", but definately "not very good" idea. Wink
Actually, on this board 90% of people are not native english speakers. But the knowledge is common. Simply, english is the language most of us understand. (Hm, and actually it is not english, but some "internetish") Very HappyVery HappyVery Happy

Regards.
Post 01 Feb 2005, 19:05
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scientica
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I guess it'd be a good idea, since the moderators of that forum (naturally) would (have to) know russian - that way we can "allow" (note: I at least (since I don't speak russian) strongly urge people to write in english here) russian threads.
But one this is to think of, if we (err-- privalov really Smile) create a Russian sub section, then it might be Chinese next, French, Spannin, Portugese, Esperanto, ... and we end up with many questions that would be dupes in many languages, and remain unaswered :/ (also, how would cross posts be detected?)
Post 02 Feb 2005, 15:48
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f0x1er



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Ok, i give up now. That was bad idea Smile
Post 02 Feb 2005, 15:54
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MCD



Joined: 21 Aug 2004
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I'm not english language fan, but in IT/programming world, universalety is very important. But perhaps we could look for other common/universal languages. For me, there is only: Esperanto (easy, bit universal) and chinese (most used worldwide)
Post 02 Feb 2005, 19:46
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beppe85



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Portuguese? Well, I have a lot to discuss with myself...=P
Post 02 Feb 2005, 20:29
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f0x1er



Joined: 01 Feb 2005
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MCD wrote:
But perhaps we could look for other common/universal languages. For me, there is only: Esperanto (easy, bit universal) and chinese (most used worldwide)


I think that this is not good idea too, cause most of visitors of this forum are busy people and they won't waste their very precious time for learning new language.
It seems to me that English is the best choice of forum creators, because:
First: English - is international language and people have to know it if they are using computer and writing programms.
Second: As i know people learn english in school and this knowledge is enough to use this forum. I'm trying to tell that even schoolboys (rarely schoolgirls Smile) can use this forum Smile
Post 05 Feb 2005, 10:10
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proveren



Joined: 24 Jul 2004
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I really wanted to make a generalization about who mostly uses FASM (and ASM generally). First Russians, then East Europeans. I did not want to put Poland in East Europe,however (and I had to include Poland after all), so made the ULTIMATE stereotype -
FASM is for SLAVS.
Nevertheless, I agree that there are users from the US and west Europe indeed.
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liteonish



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*cough* And Canada. Rolling Eyes

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Dr.X



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liteonish wrote:
*cough* And Canada. Rolling Eyes


Yeah, don't forget the Canadians (can-uh-DEE-ans) up there in Canadia (cuh-NAY-dia) Wink

-Dr.X
Post 25 Feb 2005, 21:33
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MCD



Joined: 21 Aug 2004
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don't forget 'bout the scandinavian folks
Post 28 Feb 2005, 08:32
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bubach



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I agree.. Wink
Post 28 Feb 2005, 11:42
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Despero



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and Brazilians,


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othername



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and Lithuanians

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vbVeryBeginner



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and malaysian
Post 12 Apr 2005, 17:39
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THEWizardGenius



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Yeah, well, most of those languages (especially Esperanto) to my knowledge don't have a lot of computer terminology. English has many computer words and terms that other languages end up "importing" to their own language- English is universal, and it already comes with built-in computer words. How do you say "TFT Computer Monitor" in Esperanto, for example? Lemme guess: "TFT Computer Monitor." I do respect other languages (Russian is a beautiful language, nicer than English IMHO) but in a board like this where virtually everyone speaks English anyways, particularly a computer board, why use any other language Question Exclamation

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Post 28 Apr 2005, 22:16
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Aquila



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MCD
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For me, there is only: Esperanto (easy, bit universal) and chinese (most used worldwide)

Nor esperanto nor chinese are universal or worldwide. Esperanto is known by rather small quntity of people to be universal, and unfortunately Chinese is known mostly by Chinese that's why it is really worldwide too. Not to say it have "Traditional or Simplified" problem.
Post 04 May 2005, 10:29
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Raedwulf



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And Malaysians Smile...seen a few of those around these forums Smile
Post 04 Aug 2005, 19:32
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Matrix



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howdy,
but for example is decard knows that language so can moderate in heap there could be allowed to post in other languages.
so russian threads whould be russian...
though this locks out others not understanding, there can be some cases they dont even have to .
Post 04 Aug 2005, 21:18
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decard



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This is an english language forum, so everybody is expected to write in English. I don't delete posts in other languages, because there are rarely appearing here. But what if somebody posted some virus (or crack, or keygen, or...), and described it in Russinan. I don't speak it so I wouldn't know what it is about, and wouldn't delete this topic.
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