This kind of behaviour is going to lead us to having two seperate internets.
> Not the biggest one anyway
True, but does it need to be the biggets to be valuable.
> not a single native English speaking country in there
Except there are native english speaking countries in there, and besides, europeans can very often (region dependent) read/write english anyway.
Also, do you just not want to support none english content? What about spanish speaking Americans?
I also think you'll lose many users in other eurasian countries that use an anonymising network and have exit nodes in the EU.
No, EU kind of behavior does, just like China behavior.
> True, but does it need to be the biggets to be valuable.
I have lots of users in US, Australia, New Zealand, various Asian countries, and UK. Focusing on them allows me to skip translations.
> europeans can very often (region dependent) read/write english anyway.
As a European myself (Belgian), I know this very well. The Netherlands and Flanders are probably leading in this. But the bigger countries such as Germany, France, Italy and Spain prefer translated software. Just look at the dubbed movies they watch.
It's a lose situation anyway for me, there is no question about that.