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French Tutorials Anyone?

by Putzfrau (Beadle)
on Apr 25, 2002 at 20:17 UTC ( #162088=monkdiscuss: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I recommended this site to one of my friends but he is hesitant to use the tutorial section cause his english isn't to good. There are a few tutorials in other languages, so why not in french? If anyone is interested i could begin translating some of them into french during my free time. How about that?

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Re: French Tutorials Anyone?
by virtualsue (Vicar) on Apr 25, 2002 at 22:18 UTC
    I think you have already identified someone with an interest, so if you are willing to do this work it will definitely be appreciated. This site is a community effort and nobody needs official permission in order to contribute, which is a very cool thing.
Other sites do have French intros to perl
by RMGir (Prior) on Apr 26, 2002 at 13:31 UTC
    A quick search found this Introduction a Perl, for instance.

    Translating some tutorials here, or writing new ones, are both good ideas.

    However, just posting a catalogue of existing tutorials elsewhere is likely to be just as useful, and a lot less work.

    Bonne chance, though. It's a good idea.
    --
    Mike

      This is related to a recent suggestion I made, to the effect that PM would benefit from a wiki-type page in which people could post links to articles, which other monks might sort into categories.

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