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From "Nadya Morozova" <nad.moroz...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: [general] Multi-lingual publishing channels - blog, harmony web site etc.
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2007 14:00:24 GMT
Hi all,
 returning to localizing the website:
i updated the starting page of Russian Wiki, please take a look [1]. I'll
wait for a week or so for Russian-speaking people to provide feedback/fix my
unsmooth technical Russian, and then create a copy on the website.

as i understand, we can just add more files to the website in the usual xml
> xhtml transformation mode. shall i place the html.ru files in the same
directory as the source files or create a special ru/ folder?

so far, we have the starting page, which is the translation of intro on home
page (but not the news), and the Quick Helps translated. What other pages do
you think need translating? Downloads?

any feedback/help with this is most welcome.



On 10/19/07, Tim Ellison <t.p.ellison@gmail.com> wrote:
> Nadya Morozova wrote:
> > Good idea.
> > we have a couple of pages in Wiki that translate Quick Helps into
> Russia. I
> > was planning to add links from website to those Wiki pages.
> > What other pages need to be translated? News-roadmap-downloads? should
> we
> > store them on wiki or as part of site?
> If they are translations of part of the site, then they should be stored
> as part of the site IMO.
> I see no problem with providing .html.en and .html.ru and .html.cn pages
> for the website, and using the mechanics in place to support a
> multilingual site.
> My only caveat is that the languages we maintain must be readable by at
> least a couple of PMC members / committers / trusted third-parties,
> since it is our responsibility to oversee the content we are publishing
> via official Apache channels; i.e. if somebody kindly provided a
> translation in Spanish we might have to politely decline unless we could
> be sure it was an accurate translation.
> Regards,
> Tim


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