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Please change the name of the site to composr.org or composr.info or composr.net or ocportal.com
This will work for this is that other countries are able to use the name of this site
For example, support composr cms in Australia Can register a domain "composr.au"
or in the india "composr.in"
or iran "composr.ir"
or ocportal.au,
ocportal.in,
ocportal.ir
Or any other country.
In my view, the same as the previous name was better (ocportal.com)

This will be that this is a content management system to be inclusive Around the World.
You have to support the content management system of other countries have representative
Like the site:
http://www.opencart.com/index.php?route=support/support

You can do this with Translate any language content management system The country's automated support agent.

For example, the Persian language translation work The representative of Iran Will do To Address URL (composr.ir)
 
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I personally think a non-country specific domain name may have been a better choice, but the decision was made and regardless of the .sr domain it should be just as accessible as a .com or .org by visitors from anywhere in the world.
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I'm actually considering this a bit more, but haven't finished thinking about it.

We do own the .org, which now redirects as of yesterday :).


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Ok, so I've given this some more thought. Really it's up to people to come along and show interest with us for maintaining a translation and listing themselves as a partner:
Composr partners - Composr
I'm very happy with community partners registering composr.ir or whatever domains and setting up a simple support site (so long as they are maintaining it well). I can't push anyone into it though, whoever wants to do this needs to have the drive and enthusiasm to do it.

We could set up official subdomains, like ir.composr.org that redirect. These would be a way of us 'verifying' the support site. Or, we could simply redirect it to a pinned topic in the internationalisation forum and someone could maintain that topic (which would be simpler for them).

We're currently working on a Tamil translation internally as a bit of a test to make sure there is a solid model for others doing a good job of it. We already learnt some things from this and made improvements (Translation improvements - Composr).

I'll add these details to the internationalisation documentation and set up an official registration process.


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We're currently working on a Tamil translation internally as a bit of a test to make sure there is a solid model for others doing a good job of it. We already learnt some things from this and made improvements (Translation improvements - Composr).

Very interesting !

Is the tamil site multi-languages (Tamil+English?) or pure Tamil?

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Very interesting !

Is the tamil site multi-languages (Tamil+English?) or pure Tamil?

Pure Tamil, but the administrative strings are in English.
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Are you planning to add English and make it multi-language?

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Actually it's not a site, it's a language pack we've published; I'm not aware of anyone using it yet. We made it for a couple of reasons:
  1. As an internal testing process to ensure it was as easy to do a translation as possible (we made many improvements as a result)
  2. Rajesh is doing some local promotion with development agencies in the region

It can certainly run parallel with English though. We still have all that multi-language functionality :). Plus we now use utf-8 as the default which helps.



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