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Should we also consider trying to get translators for India, China and Japan since those countries have high populations and are very technical?
mfillpot 2012/08/27 08:17 AM EDT

Matthew, there is a member here, crond (chekkizar), whom you might be familiar with from Linux.com. He is in India and may be able to provide translation help. You should contact him. Tell him I suggested him for the job. He was commenting on my blog that he didn't feel he had enough Slackware knowledge to contribute here. His translation skills would more than make up for that, I would think. Keep in mind, though, India is a BIG place with many languages. I'm pretty sure Chekki is fluent in Hindi, the standard language there.

Suggestion: in the available languages list, after the English reference text for all languages, put the Local language (in local caracters too), to help people who don't understand English find your own language. For example:

Rodrigo Amorim Tue Aug 28 21:55:06 BRT 2012

Agreed. That is a good idea, Rodrigo. — V. T. Eric Layton 2012/08/28 18:42

Eric. I made the modifications. But it will be better if more people help us double-check it :)

Rodrigo Amorim Tue Aug 28 23:37:31 BRT 2012


Based in your last discussion in the SlackDocs Mailing List, the correct path to the user's page is wiki:user:<username> and NOT wiki:users:<username>. So, I'm correcting this discussion page because all signatures (except yours) are pointing to wiki:users:<username> instead to wiki:user:<username>.

Rodrigo Amorim Thu Aug 30 11:41:21 BRT 2012

All looks fine now, Rodrigo. Thank you. :-)V. T. Eric Layton 2012/08/30 09:30

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