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Old 8th February 2003, 16:50   #1  |  Link
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Simplified Chinese Translation

This thread should be used to discuss the Simplified Chinese Translation of the Doom9 site started at http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...0&pagenumber=1

Project Overview
Project leader: mrly
Project homepage: http://gb.doom9.org/
Project members / potentially interested people:
nan1nan1
opal
fileman
Clarice
mrly
netlife
NetElephant

Work to be done:
- appoint a coordinator done
- create a document overview page and mark documents translated / in translation done
- Decide a .doom9.org/net subdomain: suggestion: gb.doom9.org/net (an own country specific domain name could also be an option)done
- translate more documents
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Old 8th February 2003, 17:20   #2  |  Link
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roger that... and also netelephant with us
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Old 8th February 2003, 19:56   #3  |  Link
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oops, sorry about that. I knew I shouldn't just have copied and pasted my old post. Fixed now.
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Old 9th February 2003, 14:52   #4  |  Link
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temp domain name

http://doom9.3322.org
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Old 15th February 2003, 20:44   #5  |  Link
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It should be the 16th in China by now. I'm eagerly looking forward to see you guys get started. I hope you all had a nice holiday, mine is still forthcoming (I have exams till Friday in a week).
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Old 16th February 2003, 09:11   #6  |  Link
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New term begins tomorrow and i'm happy to tell you that we have started the program already
Somebody post the translation on our own forum first, then some people proofread them and last someone throw them on the server.
But now our bottleneck is the second and the third step... We have translated dozens of articles but overstock
Anyway, we'll solve the problem soon
Regards and good luck in your exam :P
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Old 16th February 2003, 16:14   #7  |  Link
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Good to see you're getting started. If you need any help or advise from my side don't hesitate to ask.
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Old 16th February 2003, 21:38   #8  |  Link
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But now our bottleneck is the second and the third step... We have translated dozens of articles but overstock

It's a good idea to proof-read them, but if you haven't got time for it, it's even better to share the already translated guides immediately with the community, since a badly translated guide is better than no translated guide (for people who can't understand English at all).

By doing so, you avoid having translated guides lying around because no one has proof-read them... Spanish Doom9 did it like that from the beginning and there were times when I received so many guides that I did the same thing for German Doom9 (put them online without checking the spelling).

Don't get me wrong: You have to look at each document to check links and layout anyway, but when you compare each translation sentence by sentence this work becomes *really* time-consuming (I checked over 90% of the German intensively, the others have the remark "(no correction)" at the bottom.) Perhaps you'll have more participants in your forum to read those guides... but my approach (I am the only corrector of those guides) also has an advantage: If I correct the guides, terms like "encoding" are translated the same throughout the site.
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Old 17th February 2003, 02:38   #9  |  Link
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We'll have mrly or netelephant as our coordinator, but... mrly has a project to accomplish in Mar. in his own job, while elephant is busy with his Ph.D candidate study... in any case they'll soon come back with us.

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Thanks very much for your suggestion, //bow~~ ^_^ I'll put the proofread documents to the site as soon as i can In fact we have unified the translation of key words in our own forum at the very beginning I'm so glad to see that we did it in the correct way

Urm... forgive my meddlesomeness but I really hope that all of you have received chocolates on the Valentine's Day...

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it seems that i should slow down my translation to avoid such a bottleneck
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@opal: Swamping someone with work can have two effects... either they run away screaming (obviously not good) or they get more motivated and dedicated (let's hope this is the case

And I didn't get any Chocolate on the 14th *snif*. But I bought myself a nice big pack of chocolate the day after to keep me happy while I'm studying
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We have appointed mrly to our leader,
and decided to use gb.doom9.org as
the domain name of our site.
We have marked doc-overview with flag:
http://www.opalstudio.net/video/dcc.htm
and also added the link to our top page and guides page.
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Old 23rd February 2003, 12:26   #13  |  Link
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Alright. It's good to see you guys progressing so fast. As you can see I adjusted my first post to reflect upon these changes. The domain records are all set and I'll get in touch with mrly concerning an official email account and getting the mirror logs so he'll know what documents have been updated each time I update the main site.
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Alright. It's good to see you guys progressing so fast. As you can see I adjusted my first post to reflect upon these changes. The domain records are all set and I'll get in touch with mrly concerning an official email account and getting the mirror logs so he'll know what documents have been updated each time I update the main site.
Hi,I just finished a project in my company.I am glad to see that gb.doom9.org has been selected as the logo of Simplify Chinese Character.
@Doom9:If you want to connect me, I can tell you my personal email address: mrliuyang@263.net
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@mrly: I sent you a long personal message earlier today. You can read it by selecting the user cp button at the top of this page (right below forum rules), and it will list the new personal message I sent to you. Please read it when you have time.
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@mrly: I saw you read my personal message.. but why did you not reply to it?
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Old 27th February 2003, 17:03   #17  |  Link
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@DOOM9:I am sorry I reply so late,because the Chinese sign problem.
We are afraid that we have not yet reached the agreement on the Chinese sign to represent our mirror. But be sure that I will inform you about our discussion result in the first time!
As for the account name for the email, we prefer to the "btbbs". That is our email address is "btbbs@doom9.net".
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We have updated the pages you mentioned in letter include
right.htm by edit the static page.
But i think you use dynamic technic on your site, don't you?
Is it Jsp, Asp or Php? Do you use any database?
I gusee the answer is "yes"
If the answer is "yes", can you give us a technical support
by offering the dynamic codes in your pages?

BTW, i find that you missed a letter "e" in the sources.htm

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Do you use any database? I gusee the answer is "yes"
no, he doesn't use a database for the website... he mentioned that in some threads (forum search should help you if you need more information on that).

only the forum uses a database.
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Really? Does he use any dynamic code in the site?
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