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From Yong Lin Ma <mayo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: hi
Date Fri, 04 May 2012 13:52:55 GMT
On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 9:17 PM, Louis Suárez-Potts <luispo@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I raised earlier off list the idea of (re-)forming a language group focused on ZH localization
and operating to support Chinese speakers and those based in Beijing (or wherever it makes
sense).  We did this in OOo, and it worked …not as well as any of us would have liked.
But that was because a single company dominated--a less than desirable situation.
>

Yes, other than covered by different license, not dominated by a
single company is the major difference between AOO and OO.o.


> The idea, this time around, would be to have members of CS2C, IBM and other organizations
(and I can think of a few) to have a place to coordinate, learn, communicate in Chinese while
also working with the Apache OO lists in English. Localization would be essential. (ZH in
China differs from that used in TW; that can be accommodated: this is a linguistic effort,
mostly.)

It would be not necessary, if this is just for IBM and CS2C teams in
Beijing. Cause it would be more effective for the two teams to have
conference calls or meet in person.

More importantly, CS2C team can contribute a lot more than UOF and CJK
areas if they will. There is no way someone get limited in certain
areas as long as he or she can prove to be qualified.  At the
beginning of this project, we discussed something about setting
project leaders as it was in OO.o. But that is not how things work in
Apache.

Share two important aspect of Apache Way I get in mind.

Contributors need prove themselves by contribution.
Committer needs get mutual agreement within community before they
commit any major changes in project.

I think these are the keys to ensure the project can grow in a healthy way.



>
> I know that there are others, of course, who are doing this sort of localization effort.
My interest lies in developing ecosystems and learning groups that can sustain the efforts.
>
> Louis
>
>
> On 2012-05-04, at 02:01 , Peter Junge wrote:
>
>> Hi Xu Shanchuan,
>>
>> I'm pleased to also meet you here.
>>
>> Peter
>>
>> On 5/4/2012 11:35 AM, 许山川 wrote:
>>> hi,all
>>> I am working for the company,China Standard Software Co., Ltd now,
>>> Untill now my work mainly covers the SD modules,including
>>> the doucument of ppt asynchronism loading and fixing bugs of impress
>>> I have several years of experiences in this domain ,and have a strong
>>> willing to participate AOOo community.
>>> Best Regards,
>>> 2012-05-04
>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> China Standard Software Co., Ltd. Shanchuan Xu
>>> hone: (+86) 010-51659955-8110
>>
>

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