Note: D-I is debian-installer
> The number of supported languages in D-I is 52, including English. Nine
additionnal languages are at various steps of initial contact with some
translators: Bengali, Irish (contact lost), Icelandic (contact lost),
Georgian, Kabyle, Kazakh, Kurdish, Northern Sami (still seeking a translator
for Skolelinux), Serbian (contact lost).
The important bit being "Irish (contact lost)". I'm not going to try and
figure out who it is to post it here, but if you are out there (or know who
they are and how to find them) ...
An interesting question I guess is how many people who have not used d-i
before could actually perform an installation in Irish!
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