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pod2.perl.org: Perl documentation translation project

by bepi (Deacon)
on Oct 07, 2009 at 14:34 UTC ( #799732=perlnews: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Hi all, after several emails, discussions and feedback with worldwide Perl translators (thank you to all), I'm very happy to announce pod2.perl.org site and pod2@perl.org mailing list.

pod2.perl.org is intended to be the umbrella for several goals:

  • build a community of translators, by writing the guidelines, by sharing experience, resource, tools and so on.
  • (of course) do the translations of pods (core and extra) and publish them using POD2:: namespace.
  • discuss about a translation platform for pods (by creating a new one or better deciding to use an existing one, without to reinvent the wheel).
  • perldoc/Pod::Perldoc improvements.
  • publish readable version of translated pods using perldoc.perl.org code.
  • promote, more in general, localized Perl documentation.
If you are interested and/or you are involved in some Perl documentation translation project, please subscribe to the maling list (by sending a mail to pod2-subscribe@perl.org). The list archives are available at http://www.nntp.perl.org/.
Currently pod2.perl.org contains a temporary home page. The main site is under pod2.perl.org/wiki (MojoMojo powered) and it contains a brief summary of translation projects.

Have fun with pod2.perl.org!

Best
- Enrico

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