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From Илья Солдатенко <>
Subject translation issues
Date Fri, 28 Jan 2005 11:15:17 GMT
As I can see contains 
full Apache distributive.
But what should I checkout if I want to translate:
1) httpd-docs-2.0
2) httpd-docs-2.1

And one more question. All documents that were translated into Russian up to 
this moment now contains such line:

<This translation may be out of date. Check the English version for recent 

What should I do to remove it? (Is it possible at all? - or may be this line 
is mandatory)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Erik Abele" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2005 12:26 AM
Subject: Re: CLA

> On 25.01.2005, at 21:33, Ilia Soldatenko wrote:
>> Hello.
>> Once I was registered as a commiter to apache documentation project. I 
>> could connect to apache web server and commit translated documents via 
>> cvs. Then I was asked to sign Contributor License Agreement. I did so and 
>> sent it at 1901 Munsey Drive, Forest Hill, MD 21050-2747, U.S.A. at the 5 
>> of March 2004. I send it with notification which returned at 17 March 
>> 2004 indicating that it was recieved.
>> But now I'm trying to connect to but the server refuses my 
>> connections telling me that I haven't signed CLA.
>> What should I do in this situation?
> Since your CLA was actually on file, I've just re-enabled your account and 
> so you should be able to login again now. Let root@ know if you need your 
> password reset.
> Ah, and btw, we're now using Subversion instead of CVS so you might want 
> to run 'svnpasswd' after logging into and reading 
> You'll find the new repository at 
> - and please note that 
> the SSL cert is currently expired.
> Cheers,
> Erik
>> Ilia Soldis 

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