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From "popcorner" <>
Subject Re: [Appeal] zh Reviewers wanted (was: Attempting translating Chinese documentation)
Date Mon, 28 May 2018 16:59:39 GMT
I am an apache user from mainland China and also a Chinese translator for many projects (Notepad++,moodle,xampp,sourcetree,codeigniter
doc etc)
I noticed that there isn't an error document in Chinese for years, and I made a translation
(simplified Chinese/zh-cn only).

I just found this mailing list and I see this mail... It seems that there is already a translation.
So what should I do now?
Do a review for the current translation or try to pick up the better part and make a combination
between these two translations?

This is the third time that I have sent this email because my email service provider rejected
the failure notice mail from the mailing list program without telling me.
I'm not familiar with mailing lists and please tell me if I did something wrong, thanks.

On 2018/05/17 17:57:29, William A Rowe Jr <> wrote:
> On Sun, May 13, 2018 at 8:24 AM, CodeingBoy <> wrote:>
> > Hello William, thanks for your information. I have completed the>
> > translation progress of error messages.>
> > I have translated these message to both Simplified Chinese(zh-cn) and>
> > Traditional Chinese(zh-tw). One thing should be noticed is that I'm not a>
> > native speaker of Traditional Chinese, for Taiwan people they might feel a>
> > little weird(though they can understand it).>
> > On the other hand, I did a lot checking to make sure translations contains>
> > little mistakes(if any). A reviewer would be helpful, but I didn't find>
> > one. :(>
> >>
> Thank you for your contribution and attention to detail! Committed to httpd>
> trunk in>
> If any conversant/native reader would kindly review either (or both) the>
> draft zh-cn and/or zh-tw error text, we can move on to backporting this>
> commit to 2.4.x for the next release. For the entire draft error page doc>
> set, please checkout;>
> Sharing with users@ to hopefully find a willing reviewer.>
> Again, thank you much!>
> Cheers,>
> Bill>
> ps: to any of you on users@ who might be interested, if you are willing to>
> review docs submissions in your native/fluent languages, please consider>
> subscribing to to lend your aid. TIA!>
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