Dedicated time for native language in OpenWeek
efrain at ubuntu.org.ve
Thu Aug 21 13:07:58 BST 2008
I definetely back up Ruben on this,
The ubuntu-es team has worked hard on IRC talks and I have given one
myself a couple of months ago. I would definetelly help out in any way I
El mié, 20-08-2008 a las 12:52 +0200, Rubén Hubuntu escribió:
> Between the lines
> On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 12:37 PM, Christophe Sauthier
> <christophe.sauthier at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dear fellows,
> > OpenWeek is coming in the next weeks/months. So we have some time to
> > organize it....
> > I am wondering if it might not be the opportunity to have a special
> > time slot to allow sessions in native languages. I mean we all want to
> > promote ubuntu, and it is one of the OpenWeek goal too. But it is not
> > everyone who has English as a mother tongue. So providing some
> > parallels sessions (on the same topic) in various languages might be a
> > great asset...
> The Spanish speaking community has tried to maintain sessions in the
> same time frame as the open week. With mixed experiences we have been
> succesful at gathering a group of participants (Project #Cupie:
> I, for one, will be up for a session or two. We should plan this
> extensively (on a wiki and a mailist) so the main points in the
> sessions are given by all session holders in all languages. Another
> thing is that the OpenWeek site should show also that there are
> sessions in other languages as well as English and even have a link to
> a general description page in that language (in the style:
> wiki/openweekpage/es being linked by i.e. a flag).
> > If we decide to go that way, I am sure ubuntu-fr will be happy to
> > participate....
> I'm sure the ubuntu-es-locos (comprehending all Spanish speaking
> LoCos) will be up for collaboration here.
> > Any reactions ?
> Wonderful idea!
> > christophe
> > --
> Best regards,
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