On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 6:34 PM, Leandro Regueiro
<leandro.regueiro en gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Alexander Dupuy <alex.dupuy en mac.com> wrote:
>> [Apropos of prior discussion of distributing open-tran.eu functionality by
>> moving Estonian language lookups to server located in Estonia:]
>> Jacek Śliwerski escribió:
>>> Apparently, it works very well for them. Estonian translations are
>>> available even at the times when the server is returning 500 for all
>>> remaining languages.
>>> ...
>>> PS. As a consequence, the Estonians started using the service a lot more
>>> frequently and now they are the second largest group of visitors.
>>> http://groups.google.com/group/open-tran/web/open-tran-stats-map.png
>> Leandro Regueiro escribió:
>>> And Spain is the place where open-Tran is more visited? It could be
>>> since here are spoken four languages at least...
>> In this case, it may well make sense to move the lookups for
>> es/gl/ca/ca_valencia and maybe even pt to a server in Spain. I know that the
>> Junta de Extremadura in Spain provides hosting for the Pootle servers for
>> Pootle (pootle.locamotion.org) and Debian (pootle.debian.net) - perhaps they
>> could be convinced to provide something like the Estonians have done for
>> open-tran.eu? I don't know who the appropriate contact person at the Junta
>> de Extremadura might be - perhaps somebody at translate.org.za could suggest
>> someone to contact?
> In Trasno project we are discusing the posibility of hosting the
> galician server.

Ola, montamos ao final unha instancia propia do open-tran para que non
estea caído cada dous por tres?

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