nelamvr6: No, I don't feel directly left out. I just feel like I'm missing alot of information. And fyi, I'm norwegian, english is my second language, and I have my hands full on learning icelandic. Starting to learn spanish now would be troublesome.
The last charts I read was that Chinese is stille the most spoken language, then comes English, THEN comes spanish. As Clem just said too, there's more germans here than native spanish speakers. The ideal would be if every article here was written in english. It would reach out to more people. This is ofcourse, just in my opinion.
kenetics: Yes, it's a european distro. Then why write most of the articles in a language most europeans can't understand?
Clem: Yes, activity is great. I just feel like they have 2 sides of activity, the english and the spanish. It's nothing wrong with it.
What the spanish community has done to make that community is great! I admire them. I just personally, in my humble opinion, think that it's too early, since the other communities is not even 1/8 as big.
I could start a norwegian community, but it would contain just 1 member. Me. And that's not fun. We norwegians are 1. Not so many. There's just 4-5 million norwegians in the entire world. 2. Linux in norway? Hrmph... Norwegians are addicted to Windows...