how to get started?

Hung. NGUYEN Manh loveleeyoungae at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 14 16:05:35 BST 2009


Hey Phú,

The government has decided to sponsor a project in order to create high
quality localized versions of Ubuntu and other FLOSSs. You can get to
their page at:
http://du-an-most.hanoilug.org
or http://du-an-most-proxy.hanoilug.org (in case you couldn't get direct to the site)

Don't worry about "Hanoi", many people in HCMC have also joined there.

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Hùng. NGUYEN Manh


>
>From: Phu Hoang Xuan <phunehehe at gmail.com>
>To: ubuntu-translators at lists.ubuntu.com
>Sent: Sunday, June 14, 2009 7:44:42 PM
>Subject: how to get started?
>
>>Hello everyone,
>First of all I hope that I'm not spamming you all with this email...
>
>My name is Hoang Xuan Phu, I am a Vietnamese student who would love to get involved in the development of ubuntu. Although I major in computer science, I must admit that I am no linux geek (actually I got my first linux distro - intrebix, just several months ago). Thus I think that I would do the translation first, until I get enough skill to get into messing with the packages.
>
>I have been looking through the FAQs and I have been in the mailing list for quite some time. All the pages say that it should be very quick before I can start helping, but I myself don't get any idea out of them. Can someone post a usable guide somewhere (or if it is already somewhere, give me a link)? Anyway a page like that would be very helpful, and if it is already posted I think we should make it easier to find. I can't stop thinking about other people like me...
>
>Best regards,
>Phu
>


      



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