Example: Problems accessing my funds with Ethereum Wallet 0.3.9

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This is an English-language site so questions must be posted in English. If non-English questions are posted, leave a thoughtful comment and close it as unclear what you are asking.

  • Now that the unclear what you are asking close reason has been retired, the nearest equivalent would be Needs details or clarity.
    – Chenmunka
    Jun 16, 2021 at 12:54

Mo Chairde
(my friends in Irish)

if the goal is to provide the pre-eminent location for all things technical Ethereum then surely it is incumbent on 'us' to devise a method for non English speakers rather than a 'carte blanche' English only...

..here are the Top 10 world speakers in M and % of world population

1 Mandarin 935 (955) 14.1%
2 Spanish 390 (405) 5.85%
3 English 365 (360) 5.52%
4 Hindi 295[3] (310)[4] 4.46%
5 Arabic 280 (295) 4.23%
6 Portuguese 205 (215) 3.08%
7 Bengali 200 (205) 3.05%
8 Russian 160 (155) 2.42%
9 Japanese 125 (125) 1.92%
10 Punjabi 95 (100) 1.44%

Source:: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_number_of_native_speakers

It follows then we should (over time) add moderators who are multi lingual or even mono lingual who can moderate / answer in one of the Top 10 world languages.

Go raibh maith agat
Literally “May you have goodness or simply Thanks in Irish

  • This is a general problem with stackoverflow and the solution has been to create language specific sites, e.g. pt.stackoverflow.com. Unfortunately I can't see many other sites having enough users to sustain language specific versions. Feb 29, 2016 at 13:31
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    This suggestion is silly. Assuming that most people only speak one or two of those languages and questions would be evenly spread, people would only be able to even understand 10-20% of the content. I'd not be interested in using a page where I can't even understand 80-90% of the content. It follows then that we focus on collecting content in one language. And instead of looking at the number of native speakers, we look at the total number of speakers, excluding Chinese English is the most widely used language.
    – Murch
    Mar 2, 2016 at 8:01
  • This assumption is silly.. assuming the users are per the number of native speakers or the total number of speakers it would follow then that the number of questions would be weighted accordingly..i.e. the highest % would be English
    – Donnelly
    Mar 22, 2016 at 23:37

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