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From Tetsuya Kitahata <>
Subject Re: japanese error-docs, was Re: ja translation new comer
Date Tue, 26 Aug 2003 03:19:04 GMT

Hi Erik,

Oh, yes. I've already taken a look at those *error-docs* a
few days ago or around, to tell the truth :)

And, Okay ... I will make them merge to the current ones.
I've done with a) &amp; b) already.

Thank you for forwarding to me a pretty nice work  :)

-- Tetsuya. (

On Mon, 25 Aug 2003 23:31:34 +0200
(Subject: japanese error-docs, was Re: ja translation new comer)
Erik Abele <> wrote:

> On 21/08/2003, at 02:36, Tetsuya Kitahata wrote:
> > Hello, httpd-document team!
> >
> > ... licensing stuff ...
> Hi Tetsuya,
> I don't want to repeat what others already said about your efforts to 
> translate the ASL into Japanese. It's probably a nice start for a 
> translation and I understand your (good) intentions but I think that 
> you've unfortunately touched one of the most sensitive parts of the 
> ASF, and all this licensing stuff has to be handled with great, great 
> care...
> However, I'd like to welcome you over here at the httpd-docs project 
> and 'offer' you an alternative to the license.xml file ;->
> Well, on 17th November 2002 Hiroaki Kawai <hawk (at) 
>> posted a zip file as well as an accompanying patch 
> (both attached) with the Japanese translations of httpd's error 
> documents but unfortunately they never got reviewed properly and 
> therefore didn't make it into CVS. There is also a bug report (see 
> connected to 
> this.
> If you're interested in taking this over, I'd suggest to start with the 
> following steps:
> a) have a look at the files in 
> and become a bit 
> familiar with how the current system works; it's pretty easy and 
> there's even a README file (and you can of course always ask on this 
> list if you have any problems in understanding whats going on).
> b) review the attached translations
> c) re-work the attached patch to be able to apply it cleanly to the 
> current version of the typemap files
> d) send in the results and be happy to have done another piece of great 
> work!
> Okay, as said above, this is merely an offer, just if you're 
> interested... I certainly don't want to push any work on you; I just 
> came across this stuff while cleaning up one of my old harddisks and 
> had to think of *Tetsuya-san* instantly :)
> Cheers,
> Erik

Tetsuya Kitahata --  Terra-International, Inc.

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