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I have (if you didn't know I run perl-foundation.org and yetanother.org, now you do) put up mirod's French translation, as well as a German one. I expect to have an Italian one soon. If you, or preferably your local Perl Mongers group, wants to help with translations, please let me know (kevinm AT yetanother.org).

One of my next tasks will be to I18n the whole site, so I will need good people to help out in the coming months.

If you wish to do a translation of the newsletter (or any coming newsletter), please email me at the address above with what language you want to do it in and I can show you the current format I need it. Thanks!

Cheers,
KM (Perl Foundation and Yet Another Society web d00d)


In reply to Re: The Perl Foundation July Newsletter by KM
in thread The Perl Foundation July Newsletter by blakem

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