Closed Bug 931934 Opened 10 years ago Closed 10 years ago
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We need to add the IARC legal agreements to our site. The UI for this is below. If my conversations with Tony and Mika go as planned, this will simply be a link on our dev agreements page. See the bug below. UX: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=929803 Our Spec: https://docs.google.com/a/mozilla.com/document/d/1vc-pDhbFYKMDbA3Yamr8InA2M7kerBdc39qzPwIUMqk/edit# IARC docs: https://docs.google.com/a/mozilla.com/file/d/0B96RwPRmGwk7LWc5Zjhrc2V5WXM/edit?usp=sharing
These will be links. Don't have them yet, legal docs are in final review.
The easy half of this is putting the files in /media/docs/iarc.../en-US/
David - did you have official URLs for us to link to yet? I thought you sent them in an email but I may be misremembering. Thanks!
Not sure what you are looking for here. Storefront agreement and SLA?
David - thanks. I assume the URLs will be the same for the translated versions and you'll do the language detection on your end. Mika - What wording do we need around these and where should the links go?
Assignee: nobody → udevi
We were originally thinking that the pages would launch in English, but allow for the user to select a different language. We will look into language detection.
Mika - looks like we're waiting on you for comment 7
I believe this bug was already resolved via other bugs to update our legal docs and change the UX design. We included the IARC links in our Developer Agreement, and also in the Developer Portal. Developers can click on the links to read the terms on the IARC's site. It's at the IARC's discretion whether the terms are in English with an option for additional languages, or automatic based on language detection.
Ok, thanks. Resolving based on comment 10. QA: Make sure we have links in the Dev Agreement. Thanks.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
These have been implemented based on automatic language detection. Portuguese and German are live. We are working on Spanish, Chinese and Polish. Others will come in the future.
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