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Beginner guide book is done and we are ready for translations

Posted 4 years ago (modified)
by Gus | Employee | 16,776,515 exp
Posted 4 years ago (modified)
by Gus | Employee | 16,776,515 exp
The beginner guide was is completely moved to the wiki and we are calling on international users to help us in translating the book. I will help you as much as I can, even create the pages for you. You only need to change the text so just tell me how I can help.

Here is a starting point for the French translation, thanks to Christophe Gerbier we already have the book but we now need the text moved to the wiki.

Here is the book http://www.tinyclr.com/downloads/French_BeginnersGuide_to_NETMF.pdf
Here is the starting point on wiki http://www.microframeworkprojects.com/index.php?title=Category:French_Beginner_Guide_ebook

If you speak other languages then we need your help too. I know Thai and Russian are being worked on so I hope with the wiki move, it will be easier to get these books out.
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Update: These are the languages that we are mainly interested in.
If you translate the book to one of these, you get $100 coupon + 1000 experience points

Spanish
Chinese (Mandarin)
German
Italian
Japanese
Russian

Others are welcome as well so post here and we can discuss what language and what you like in return please.

For French and Portuguese, we already have the translations but they need to be moved to the wiki. I prefer if the original translator did the work but if he is not interested then someone else can do it. $50 coupon and 1000 for those 2 translations.
Reply #1 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gabriel M | Senior | 1,770 exp
Reply #1 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gabriel M | Senior | 1,770 exp
Great!

I'm still waiting for my Fez board Cry, so I'll get some free time this weekend to transfert/translate the French version Wink
Reply #2 — Posted 4 years ago
by RobV | Junior | 560 exp
Reply #2 — Posted 4 years ago
by RobV | Junior | 560 exp
I could help out with the dutch translation, if you like...
Reply #3 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus | Employee | 16,776,515 exp
Reply #3 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus | Employee | 16,776,515 exp
I could help out with the dutch translation, if you like...


Isn't Dutch close to German? I mean can you do German too?

Do you want me to setup the pages for you to start the translation?
Reply #4 — Posted 4 years ago
by Robert Jacobs | King | 29,728 exp
Reply #4 — Posted 4 years ago
by Robert Jacobs | King | 29,728 exp
Hello Rob, I am also from the Netherlands Smiley

Gus, Dutch is totally not like German. I do know good German, but I believe it would be a better idea that some German user should do the German part. Since German grammer is sometimes even confusing for me. Cheesy (maybe robotfreak wants to help?)
Reply #5 — Posted 4 years ago
by Architect | Immortal | 170,183 exp
Reply #5 — Posted 4 years ago
by Architect | Immortal | 170,183 exp
Used to know a few Dutch words,when worked for Agfa in Anwerp. But it was 10 years ago. Miss those days.
Reply #6 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus | Employee | 16,776,515 exp
Reply #6 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus | Employee | 16,776,515 exp
I updated the top post with $100 coupon deal Smiley
Reply #7 — Posted 4 years ago
by Architect | Immortal | 170,183 exp
Reply #7 — Posted 4 years ago
by Architect | Immortal | 170,183 exp
PDF export doesn't handle russian very well. (Missing a font or something)
Reply #9 — Posted 4 years ago
by Bec a Fuel | King | 29,193 exp
Reply #9 — Posted 4 years ago
by Bec a Fuel | King | 29,193 exp
Ok Gus, I will do it this saturday or sunday (for the french translation).

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