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Hi Anton,
On 04/02/2011 13:08, Anton Meixome wrote:

Hi Chris,

A lot of thanks, that it is, now the download page rules.
About content for each NL Project, well, it's possibly the best aproach.

Anyway, I need to know if there is any standard or recommendation on
basic content.

Just give what your community needs as basic information, website is an entry point and you can give more details on your main wiki page. The i18n site is not in a stable state yet.

A second thing to know how I can add to the Galician NL other people
to share the editing work. It is different for admins and website
content contributors? If the aggregation of contributors to a NL is
explained in the wiki, I do not see

Ask them to register to the site, then ask here for their roles to be added to your project. I'm going to draw a table grouping the native-language contact information on the wiki, but I didn't have the time yet (still battling with the update of my l10n files...)

More specifically, they must register on the web at / admin, then?
Should I do something to link them to Galician or is the job of the
website admins?

Christian or Erich will add them once they have subscribed and you request for there role. Then, you'll have to update the wiki when I'll have created the page.

Again, thanks in advance

Thanks to your team for the site :)

Kind regards
Founding member of The Document Foundation

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