I have found a few profiles in Russian.
I know on discogs or other ogs they must be English is this the same here?
All submitted by same user.
I also know in ogs the title must be Russian if its a russian person or Japanese for a Japanese, but will this make it harder to search and possible dupes since nowbody can write Russian crylic on a normal keyboard.
Also while i am here i made a commet on idea film.
At the moment when i click on a sesnsitive item there is no releases linked to film page when there is a film made for that release and no credits are linked.
Why is that?
An example would be discogs.com. Soviet and Russian performers in the original language. Example: https://www.discogs.com/search/?q=Aleksandr&type=all
All examples show english so thank you ensden.
I don't want to upset the user by editing the pages etc and plus i don't know russian, and google translate can be misleading
I've said it before: This is an English-language website, based in an English-speaking country; Speak English, submit data (whatever form it takes).
As far as I'm concerned, nothing but original names, titles, off-site links to pages without English-language equivalents and things of that nature should ever be submitted in any language but English (I'm not concerned with things like "colour" vs. "color").
I still believe names and titles should be as true to their origins as possible, including rare exceptions where original titles take the form of non-native languages. If anyone thinks it's too much work to cross-reference Cyrillic (etc.) character variants with a search engine, I feel sorry for them.
I see no issues with adding English/Latinized/whatever variants to Notes, Profiles or Alternative Titles (assuming they are associated with an actual language-speciffic release, premiere or publication) to make it easier for these people, though. I just don't think entire paragraphs should be in other languages.
The user has stopped and adding english to all so i thank the staff for fixing this.