As an stackoverflow user who are not native in english I see lots of questions in stackoverflow from new users that they cant say what they really want because of their poor english, and as a persian speaker I think, we(Iranian users of stackoverflow and everybody who knows persian language) at least could help persian speaking users who cant write down what they want in english. I think it is nice to localize stackoverflow.

Any comment or answer would be very appreciated.


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but what do you mean by localizing ?? do you want to help and translate site's menus?? Would that be enough??

What we're using from SE sites are the answers from users, how could we ever achieve translating all of them for users!? Instead It's better for users of other languages to come up with an international language and be able to connect with the world instead of waiting for the information to come to them.

  • You have no idea what I'm taking about, have you?
    – Lrrr
    Commented Nov 28, 2014 at 20:48
  • you're proposing an stackoverflow in farsi! and I'm against isolating iranian users from the main site!
    – azerafati
    Commented Nov 29, 2014 at 8:10
  • Its not about that, please use google! to understand what is localization in SO! Please in the future comment or answer, in questions that you understand, people dont have time and energy to argue with someone who didnt even understand the question!
    – Lrrr
    Commented Nov 29, 2014 at 8:21
  • Any comment or answer would be very appreciated.?? Don't come to meta if you don't have time and energy to argue over something!!
    – azerafati
    Commented Nov 29, 2014 at 8:50
  • Yes, Any comment or answer related to question, related to what I wrote about, would be appreciated, please know a little about something then leave a comment or answer. When some one just answer a question without understanding the question(or even reading the question), he is just some troll, and my time is more valuable to waste on trolls.
    – Lrrr
    Commented Nov 29, 2014 at 10:03

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