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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Does LibreOffice has official User Guide in Chinese?
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Does LibreOffice has official User Guide in Chinese?
- From: Tom Davies <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 2 May 2012 11:40:44 +0100 (BST)
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is not an official answer and i might be wrong. It's just my thoughts.
I think you are right! I don't think there is a translation into Chinese yet! To be fair i don't think even the Brazilian Guides are complete yet despite them having possibly the largest team.
There may be OpenOffice guides in Chinese (and many other languages) and they will cover most of what people need to know in order to gain a level of expertise and confidence to explore further on their own.
However, i think it would probably be best to translate from the LibreOffice Guides and just use the OOo ones for reference. Although there are few changes a lot of extra functionality has been added.
It would be good to set things up in Alfresco to try to help you with work-flow. I might try to look-up David's email address to ask him if he can help with that. So, first step is to get an Alfresco login and maybe one for ODFAuthors too.
You can register yourself on the wiki so that you can add pages there. You might find the wiki is a helpful place to keep notes for yourself that might help when new people join your team. Unfortunately other people (any admin) need to register you for Alfresco and ODFAuthors so it's only the wiki you can push forwards right now.
I think a more realistic goal is to get the "Getting Started" guide into simplified. When you have more members in your team then you might be able to get more done but it's a lot of work for 1 person so try not to aim too high just yet!
Welcome in btw :) (sorry i don't know the other system of smilies. Is ^_^ good/happy?)
--- On Wed, 2/5/12, Sunny <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Sunny <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [libreoffice-documentation] Does LibreOffice has official User Guide in Chinese?
Date: Wednesday, 2 May, 2012, 2:56
I use LibreOffice recently, both in Windows and Linux. But I found
that there was no Official User Guide in Chinese. I search it on
Google, and still didn't find yet. (Maybe I lost something)
So does there have any LibreOffice User Guide in Chinese? If not, I
may start to translate it, first to Simplified, then to Traditional.
If I finished it. I want to submit it to community. To help other people
who spoke Chinese to learn and use LibreOffice easily.
Could someone give me an official answer?
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