Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2011 12:35:31 +0200
Subject: [nl-discuss] Stukkie vertalen? Re: [libreoffice-l10n] translation of mailing list texts
Is er iemand die in onderstaande wil stappen? Zijn volgens mij niet zo
veel teksten ;-)
Florian Effenberger wrote (06-10-11 14:29)
in the near future, we plan to update our mailing list system to the
latest version. For this, we also want to provide localized system
messages for subscription, unsubscription, help, moderation and more.
mlmmj, the mailing list manager we use, has just released the texts for
their upcoming version, so I am calling you for help:
At http://mlmmj.org/hg/listtexts/file/master/en the original texts are
available in English. Right now, no translation seems to be available,
so we are free to translate them into all languages we need. ;-)
Do we have any volunteers who would like to contribute?
Not only TDF itself would benefit from localized list texts, but mlmmj
users from all around the world, so this is a great example of
cooperation amongst various open source projects.
In case you would like to contribute, please contact me *directly*
(since I am not subscribed to the l10n mailing list).
Any help is greatly appreciated! Feel free to pass this information on
to your local teams as well.
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