Shall I localise and translate structured data into each available language?

Let’s say we have a website that is offered in English and German. Assume the Services offered –

{ "@context": "", "@type": "Service", "serviceType": "#{t('TRANSLATION.MARKETING')}", "provider": { "@type": "LocalBusiness", "name": "#{Settings.brand.company_name}" } 

— are available in UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and beautiful Switzerland (hence, content is available in both EN & DE).

Should we add the structured data both on EN & DE pages in English, or shall we translate it into each respective language?

Example – Translated JSON-LD with LocaleApp (Ruby on Rails):

"areaServed": [ { "@type": "Country", "name": "#{t('generals.united-kingdom')}" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "#{t('generals.ireland')}" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "#{t('generals.austria')}" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "#{t('generals.germany')}" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "#{t('generals.switzerland')}" }, ] 

or just keeping it simple and tag in English (on both EN & DE):

"areaServed": [ { "@type": "Country", "name": "United Kingdom" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "Ireland" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "Germany" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "Austria" }, "@type": "Country", "name": "Switzerland" }, ] 

I am split about this, given the information is for search engines, and to make sense of the content (Semantic Web). Of course anything tagged on a page needs to correspond to its content (according to Google Best Practice). However, JSON-LD remains something we feed to SEs and not the user. So by that logic, offering it in English should be sufficient. I have not been able to find a clear answer to this.

So if anyone has a link that confirms the best practice that would be amazing – or perhaps has experience with multilingual pages.

Which road shall I take from Denver, CO to Salt Lake City, UT: I-80 or I-70 w/ US-6?

I’m interested in what route to take between Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah, and vice-versa.,+CO++to++Salt+Lake+City,+UT

It would seem like there is one northern option and two southern options.

  • In the north, I-25 in Colorado to Wyoming, and then I-80 throughout Wyoming and into Utah.

  • In the south, I-70 in Colorado, then

    • either SH 13 and SH 64 in Colorado, and US-40 in Utah,
    • or, more I-70 / US-50, through Grand Junction, CO, and US-6 in Utah.

What’s the difference between these ways, and which one is better, or best avoided? I’m driving in the summer (June 2013); interested in a short route; a little scenery wouldn’t hurt; too much engine and tyre wear, bad roads and bad fuel economy is best avoided (driving own car), but high highway speeds are welcome; planning to drive in one or two days, possibly stopping along the highway to get some sleep (spots with night temperatures of around 20°C are welcome, and so are spots where you can get some shade during the daytime). Also, last, but not least, it wouldn’t hurt if the route has some T-Mobile USA UMTS, EDGE or GPRS coverage (without classified as roaming).

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Shall i need to change installation type of Ubuntu?

I install Ubuntu 16.04 at one years ago on my laptop.

That time i choose this selection:

“Install Ubuntu alongside Windows Boot Manager”

Not choosing others tutorial most reccomended way:

Create a partition and then choose this selection:

“Something else”

So my question are:

Shall i delete my Ubuntu and reinstall it with the tutorial most recommend way (Choosing Something else)

And what the pros and cons different them?