Last modified: 2011-03-13 18:05:54 UTC
What I concept I have thunk up below.
Users like me, yes, would set English in their preferences.
However we have all kinds of sub-preferences we would like to express. E.g.,
Preferences: English, but when encountering Chinese, show me zh-tw
style Chinese. When encountering French, show me Nordsburg style
French instead of the default Nurdsburg style (just making this up).
Anyway I'm sure many users want English as their main interacting
language, but don't want to be 'battered with simplified Chinese as a
So "don't be cultural imperialists. Implement secondary language
subtleties preferences today!"