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Betreff: Re: [limesurvey-developers] LimeSurvey documentation site update -help translation the documentation!
Datum: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 12:46:45 +0100
Von: Marcel Minke (Limesurvey) <marcel.minke@limesurvey.org>
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That is great news, thanks for all the work you put into this, Carsten.

For all those wondering what the most important pages to translate might 
be: We had a discussion about that quite some time ago and those days 
this list was created: 
http://docs.limesurvey.org/tiki-index.php?page=How+can+I+support+LimeSurvey%3F#Update_translate_most_important_manual_pages

"Do a good deed every day" so please have a look at the list above so we 
can at least have the most important pages translated as a first start.

A big "thanks" to all those helping hands out there!

Best regards,
Marcel

Am 17.01.2011 00:33, schrieb Carsten Schmitz:
> Hi guys,
>
> I updated our documentation site at http://docs.limesurvey.org to the
> latest stable TikiWiki version 6.1.
> With that version and the kind help of Marc LaPorte the multilingual
> structures were fixed almost completely.
> What does this mean to us?
>
>    It means that translation will now be so much easier. There is no need
> anymore to create a table-of-contents structure for each language. If a
> page in a certain language is not available then the English version
> will be used automatically.
>
> Also the translating got so much easier! When translating a page then
> the original and your translation are shown now side-by-side.
> If you are completely done with a translation you can mark it as
> complete. If the English original is now changed and you are updating
> your translation the process will automatically outline the changed
> parts so you don't have to search what exactly changed.
>
> I know in the past translating in the Wiki was very tedious and
> cumbersome due to TikiWiki limitations/bugs and so many of you gave up
> on it completely. With this update these times are gone. So if you are
> up for it please have a look at the new translation feature and give it
> a try. The documentation translations are in desperate need for some
> lovin' :-)
>
> Thanks to all of you!
>
>
> Best regards from Hamburg/Germany
>
> Carsten Schmitz
>
> LimeSurvey Project Leader
> carsten.schmitz@limesurvey.org
>
> http://www.limesurvey.org
>
>
>
>
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