Yesterday I made a small change to my DNN profile on this site. A few minutes later I received this email in my Inbox:
I have been working with DotNetNuke for about one year now. The one dissatisfaction I experience most often with DNN is regarding incomplete or inaccurate text and messaging (like the email above with a Token that is not translating, and why is 'M' capitalized in the last word 'Message'?, etc.) . I often create new installations of DotNetNuke (rather than creating new portals within the same installation). For this reason, I am often faced with the default English language as provided with a fresh DotNetNuke installation. In the past year, I have noticed little or no improvement in English language text provided with the core installation.
Are others concerned primarily with using DotNetNuke for Business? Has the quality and standardization of email notices, screen messages and help tooltips for English language text been trouble for you? This morning I thought it might be time to create a more professional DotNetNuke Language Pack, maybe named English for Business (EN-BIZ). I also thought it's time to help Vincenç Masanas with Localization, not for a language translation, but of the default for core English type. If anyone else is concerned with these matters, please join in.