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Petitioning Fundador Ben Rattray and 1 other
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Ben Rattray
The world's platform for change
Change.org
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Change.org traduït al català

Change.org és una eina fonamental pel progrés i l'evolució de la humanitat. 20 milions de persones fan servir change.org per transformar el seu entorn més proper. Són moltes les peticions que afegeixen els catalans a aquesta web, però tot i així change.org no ofereix la seva plataforma en català.

La web de change.org es mostra en 18 llengües diferents, 5 de les quals són diferents variants de l'anglès i 3 són variants del castellà.

El català és actualment la setena llengua a Europa amb més de 12 milions de parlants. Les regions europees on es parla català són Catalunya, el País Valencià (on el català és també conegut com "Valencià"), les Illes Balears, la "Franja de Ponent" (Aragó), el País Andorrà, L'Alguer (Italia) i la Catalunya Nord (France - Languedoc). És per això que des d'aquí demanem la traducció de change.org al català.


Letter to
Fundador Ben Rattray
The world's platform for change Change.org
Change.org is a very useful tool to help people change things. It is offered in 18 different languages, 5 of which are different regional English, and 3 different regional Spanish. Catalan is not included in the list.

Catalan language is currently the seventh language in Europe with more than 12 million speakers. The European regions in which this language is spoken are Catalonia, Valencian Country (where Catalan is also known as "Valencian"), Balearic Islands, "Franja de Ponent" area (Aragón), state of Andorra, L'Alguer region (Italy) and North Catalonia (France - Languedoc).

We think change.org should keep on expanding in that direction, including new languages that would call the attention and appeal more users if they can use the platform in their own language.

Here are some numbers and facts to illustrate our conviction:

-- Most Google products and other Internet companies such as Mozilla, Fotolog, Microsoft, Facebook, among others, have been offering their products in Catalan for a long time with an important success.
-- Catalan language has a top-level internet domain (.CAT) since February 2006, with more than 55,000 sites with this domain until today.

As you can imagine from the numbers given above, the potential of new users from the Catalan speaking regions of Europe should not be neglected and would represent an important growth.

This is why we request change.org in Catalan.