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Just a quick info...

I'm currently not using this in any new project and might either deprecate or rewrite it in the future.

So if anyone still relies on this extension, wants to adopt and maintain it or just keep the code for reference, fork it while it's still around.

I still use this in some projects. I'll maintain this fork here as long as i need it - https://github.com/kmeinke/multilingual.

How do you support multiling now days?

Sorry for the late response.

How do you support multiling now days?

Haven’t had a multilingual project in a while. I guess I would just bite the bullet and use separate data sources for each language these days, and use a simpler extension that only enables language detection and redirection on the root page. See also my previous comments here, here and here for reference.

I still use this in some projects. I'll maintain this fork here as long as i need it

Would you be interested in taking ownership of the original extension and repository?

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