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From Fernando Antolin <>
Subject Re: Spanish docu translations ?!
Date Fri, 23 Apr 2004 14:11:02 GMT
Thanks Joshua!
Thank ASF!

I don't know why, but the fact is that i receive your mails twice every 

Thanks for your fast responses,

Fernando Antolin
Web & Network Design


Joshua Slive escribió:

> On Fri, 23 Apr 2004, Fernando Antolin wrote:
>>Hi there!
>>Why isn't there anyone supervising the translation projects?
>>It cannot be too difficult to establish translation groups for every
>>Well, it would be quite easier to see if there is someone working on a
>>language or if the documentation hasn't been translated since two years
>>ago... see spanish docu... e.g.
>>Hope you understand my constructive critics.
> To my knowledge, there are so few people actually working on translations
> that establishing formal "translations groups" would be impossible.
> Here's the most important fact: Work gets done when people do the work.
> That includes the translations themselves, as well as any supporting
> infrastructure.  If you think it would be helpful to have a fancy web page
> where translation status was automatically updated, then please go ahead
> and create one.  We'll be happy to provide feedback, and certainly a link
> to your site.  Putting this sort of thing on the site
> would involve a bunch of complicating factors, and probably wouldn't be
> worth it, at least initially.  But that doesn't mean you can't do it
> yourself.
> There is never going to be simple web form that allows you to do
> translations on line.  The docs are way too complicated for that.
> As far as work not getting committed, I'll repeat again what I've said: if
> you get ignored, simply resubmit.  We are actually quite good on
> docs@httpd at responding to contributors, but that doesn't mean we catch
> every single thing the first time.
> Joshua.

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