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Old 27th June 2006, 18:15
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Warum gib es kein deutsches ISP config forum ?
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Old 27th June 2006, 18:30
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Warum gib es kein deutsches ISP config forum ?
Hallo,

ich antworte dir mal auf deutsch

Schau mal, es ist sehr viel Arbeit einen guten Support zu leisten.
Wuerde man hier auch noch in deutsch supporten, dann muessten die Leute hier ein und die selbe Frage mehrfach beantworten.

Das ist natuerlich nur meine Ansicht. Vielleicht denken die Leute hier anders?

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See, it is very much work to deliver a good support.
If they made a forum for German, then they must answer to the same question multiple times.

I'm not involved into this forum and it is only my oponion.
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See, it is very much work to deliver a good support.
If they made a forum for German, then they must answer to the same question multiple times.
That's right. Another problem is: what if someone from China finds the answer to his problem in a German forum, but he doesn't understand German? If all answers are in English, then there's no such problem because most people dealing with computers understand English.
The third point is: two forums with 100 users each are far less attractive than one bigger forum with 200 users...
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Ok I can Understand and I see Problem . Lots of LinuX forums is on english. I
Understand double Work is ill . fuck i must search engliah words .

Ok VHCS have Support in English and German and ISP Config is better than VHCS
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hey

what about a romanian forum

just kidding Englis is an International language and english must remain
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