William Gathoye wrote on 20/03/2020 23:15:
On 19/03/2020 16:07, Cor Nouws wrote:
It's 'only' the main website, not posts and whitepapers.
And I think Collabora simply wants to pay you for the hours you make. To
me that sounds more reasonable then a fixed price for a bucket of work.
Ok then. For the record, since I'm now considered back as a student, the
Belgian federal state is giving away the equivalent of 475 hours of work
free of charge for companies. 
So being hired as a student even for a few hours is really competitive
since you have no charge (or actually way less charge) to pay :)
I'm giving up here ;)
We want to decide on that one of the next day's
Ok keep me up to date with this topic.
Our Pedro (Pinto da) Silva (doing a lot of visual and website stuff on
our side) looked into details and we have chosen PolyLang pro in combi
Some details still to be finished, I guess.
Looking forward to be helpful about this topic.
You should have received a mail for an account in our WP.
Wonderful to have you involved a bit in our team :)!
Wrt translating the text for the app-store, here it is:
You can simple send the translation here, if you have time to do it. Thanks!
Have a nice stay at home week-end :)
Have a good weekend too :)
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