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Is this an ad?
Sounds like an ad
Posted Jun 20, 2008 15:49 UTC (Fri) by scripter (subscriber, #2654)
Agreed -- it sounds like an ad. I got finished reading it, and I didn't really understand what
it offers over other solutions. Take this for example:
"The polyglot can distinguish between different languages across a single system so it's no
longer necessary for IT professionals to allocate sections of a web site's infrastructure to
overcome language barriers. Instead, multiple languages are consolidated into one system and a
site's pages are then localized according to user settings."
I'm not any wiser after having read that. What is a polyglot? How do IT professionals
"allocate sections of a web site" for different languages today? What's novel about they way
they're doing it?
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