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Re: Tutorials not in English

by stefan k (Curate)
on Nov 23, 2001 at 17:58 UTC ( #127108=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Tutorials not in English

Well,
first of all loads of good thoughts to you that you're taking the road of writing docs. You'll earn lots of karma points with that :)

As for posting the tutorials here I'd say that's not a good idea. We'd soon end up with tutorials in many different languages and that would confuse things. You'd need a differentiation quite early in your structure, probably you should register perlmonks.de (if it's still available). I have done something quite related by providing the german introduction to XEmacs and I keep it at my own private page. I think a mixture of languages at a late point in the structure (oh my, this sounds so stupid - I mean at the level of "tutorial" or "meditation" and the like) just confuses things.

Otherwise I am looking forward to reading your docs :)

Regards... Stefan
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