On 13/03/2011 12:48, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol wrote:
Hi Sophie, *,
Am 13.03.2011 08:00, schrieb Sophie Gautier:
On 13/03/2011 01:04, ol klaus-jürgen weghorn wrote:
Hi Sophie, hi Rimas, *,
Volker Heggemann (cc) has made a first short introduction in Litmus for
German users .
I put it to a wikipage .
a) the page is under construction and
b) there should be an international version to be translated .
Do you mean you're going (the German team) to translate them in English
or you're asking here for translators?
Let me say: I want to open the pool of translators for this. Maybe there
is somone outside the German team who is able to translate it, too.
ok (/me hiding ;-), let see if someone is volunteering.
I've seen yesterday during my
spam monitoring that the page were under construction.
Faure have done some work too that I need to translate. I'll do it today
and add it to the English page, it's more on the admin side, but it will
be of help anyway.
By the way, I really like your template, would it be possible that we
discuss the same type of template with your team for the international
The template of the wiki is made by Christian Kühl.
I've told on German ml to put the discussion on the website-ml, but
nobody opened the discussion yet. I will do it in the next few hours/days.
ok, thank you for that and thanks to Christian for his great work. I
think that we should discuss the layout of the wiki, the migration to
language domains, the extensions used, etc. So several topics to cover
It seems to be that many, especially on the German-discuss-list, avoid
to present their great work and stuff to the international mls. Maybe it
is a supposed lack of (good) English. And writing in English is much
more work for many of us. Such a posting, which is written in German in
a few minutes, will expand the working time to half an hour in English.
Yes, that's right and I understand it easily, however the more you write
in English, the more you get use to it too :-)
Yes, and it's great to have people like you able to make the link
between our language communities. We need to be able to share the great
work done by some of our members, whatever the language. So thanks to
you too :)
[I, for myself, won't put every time these great works of others to the
international mls because at some point someone will say: "Er schmückt
sich immer mit fremden Federn." (He's falsely taking all the credit.)
But this seems to be my job here so I will do it ;-)]
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