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LittleNomster (112)

Anyone else noticing people from different countries and having to use google translate to make sure its not spam? i feel like we have one designated language but meh.

Answered by mat1 (4368) [earned 5 cycles]
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mat1 (4368)

English is already the main speaking language for Repl Talk. Please report these posts/comments so we can delete or translate them.

SixBeeps (4789)

They should make the repl talk forums a polygott repl lol

LittleNomster (112)

@niorg2606 maybe im just trying to figure out what to do

LittleNomster (112)

@niorg2606 i fee bad for the ones that dont speak english but still want to share

SixBeeps (4789)

@LittleNomster Personally, I'd prefer for people to post in their original languages and for us to translate that instead. That way, not only do we have the chance to read the question in the original language, (getting rid of translation errors, given you speak their language) but it'd make the forum more welcoming I think.

(btw are we just gonna skim over my polygott joke or what)

LittleNomster (112)

@niorg2606 i agree with you id rather just translate myself im just pointing it out, and im sorry im not as far into programming as you and thus dont get the joke

SixBeeps (4789)

@LittleNomster Nah you good. Polygott is repl.it's version of makefiles, which allows the usage of multiple languages in one project.