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On Mon, 1 Nov 2010 03:09:30 +0900, Takashi NAKAMOTO <> wrote:
Hi Sophie and all,

Mailing lists for Japanese are still missing. I earnestly ask for at
least two mail lists for community members who speak Japanese; one for
announcement, and the other for general dicussion.
Cute idea, anyway a list for the latter purpose like other l10n
projects already have is essential for the time being.

Several people from Japan have already started to contribute to
TDF and LibreOffice regarding localization and translation. We're
currently communicating with each other privately. We want to have
mailist lists to share our ideas, to intensitvely discuss general
things with all who are interested in, to smoothly combine our
indivisual contribusions together and to widely invite those who want
to work with us.

As for moderators, I would commmit myself for moderation if needed.
I recommend Takashi for new Japanese language moderator, who should
have great experience through activity for the OOo community and skill
to collaborate with current and potential contributers widely-spread
in Japan. He has both.

-- Takeshi Abe

Best regards,
 Takashi Nakamoto

On Sun, 31 Oct 2010 17:32:23 +0100
Sophie Gautier <> wrote:

Hi all,

May be you're not all subscribed to the annouce list (but you should
be ;-) so I'm passing the info here : Florian has set 13 new language
mailing lists. Please find them here :

Note that we will need moderators for these lists. If you're language
is not there and you need dedicated list, just rise your hand for the
next turn :)

Kind regards
Founding member of The Document Foundation

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