Il 12/10/2013 12:45, Tom Davies ha scritto:
Would it be a good idea to ask the Documentation Team to proof-read
these sorts of useful pages?
They are not very confident about wiki-editing yet and might not get
around to doing the proof-reading for ages but it might help them
understand some of the tools you are familiar with and that might help
them understand what they could consider doing with the originals to
make it easier. They are getting more confident with wiki-editing and
have seen that when they make a mistake it's seldom fatal! ;)
There are a couple of native English speakers. Anne-ology kindly
volunteered to join this list to help with all the questions about the
small strings that kept appearing on-list a few months ago but just
after she joined such questions stopped appearing on-list.
I had a really speedy skim-read but i tend to find that after Sophie
has proof-read something it rarely needs any changes so i might have
skimmed through too fast this time.
Did you receive any reply for that? Do you think anybody is going to
proof-read those pages?
Or can we start translating into italian those pages, just as they are now?
Thank you! Luca :)
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