Please mail me the password for web translations, I seem to have lost it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dominic Mazzoni" <dominic@...>
To: "Audacity Mailing-List" <audacity-translation@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2002 5:27 AM
Subject: [Audacity-translation] New translation editor
> I have completed the new Audacity website translation editor,
> which will now let you edit about 90% of the website
> The translation editor is here (as before):
> You will need the password. It hasn't changed. Please email
> me if you want it - I'll send it to anyone whose name I've
> already seen on the audacity-translation list. I can't post
> the password on this list because it's readable by the general
> If you want to start a new translation, let me know. It will
> only take me 5 minutes. You can translate as few or as many
> pages as you want and see the changes immediately.
> The "news" system on the front page has been improved with
> regards to translation. Now, whenever we introduce a new
> news item onto the front page, it will appear first in English,
> but all of the old news items will stay in the proper language.
> You only have to translate the new news item into your language
> for the home page to be updated.
> I realize that there are still a few pages that are not
> translatable yet. I'll get to those soon.
> If you sent me a translation in the last couple of days, please
> try to use the editor instead, to save me time. But if you're
> having trouble, let me know and I can do it manually for you.
> - Dominic
> This sf.net email is sponsored by:ThinkGeek
> Welcome to geek heaven.
> Audacity-translation mailing list
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.410 / Virus Database: 231 - Release Date: 31-10-2002