Introduction

Ani Peter apeter at redhat.com
Wed May 5 05:27:09 UTC 2010


Hi Julian,

Welcome to the Fedora Localization Community!!

More information about the German (de) Team is available at [1]. Also 
you can join your team mailing list [2].

To learn more about the fedora localization process have a look at the 
Translation Quick Start Guide [3].

Please feel free to drop mail to the list if you require any other 
assistance.

Wishing you all the best.

Thanking you

Best regards
Ani
Fedora Malayalam

[1] - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N_German_Team
[2] - https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/trans-de
[3] - http://docs.fedoraproject.org/translation-quick-start-guide/en_US/

Julian Weißgerber wrote:
> Hi all!
>
> I'll (hopefully) be joining in on the fun from today on and help out with 
> translations to German. This is my first time contributing to Fedora. Nice to 
> meet you, everyone!
>
> My name is Julian Weißgerber and I'm 23 yo and live in the Saarland region of 
> Germany. I'm currently working at the IT dept. of a local company and am also 
> a student. I'm new to translating FOSS stuff, but I did some occasional 
> translation work on other things before.
>
> My main motivation besides contributing back to the Fedora community is that 
> I'm trying to spread Fedora around here and often people criticise the lack of 
> German language resources. Maybe I'll be able to help out with other things in 
> the future, too.
>
> I got some more contact information on the Wiki: 
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Squall38
>
> PGP cert info:
>   
>> pub   1024D/DD9885BD 2009-02-01
>>       Key fingerprint = DFF8 53BC 5B24 FE26 DA3C  0611 95D0 E954 DD98 85BD
>> uid   Julian Weißgerber <sloevenh1 at googlemail.com>
>> sub   1024g/3D56EB5D 2009-02-01
>>     
>
> Thanks for reading.
>
> Julian Weißgerber
>
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> Jabber: squall38 at jabber.ccc.de
> E-Mail: sloevenh1 at googlemail.com
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