Transation stories - interview templates

Amber Graner akgraner at ubuntu.com
Fri Nov 12 03:40:11 GMT 2010


On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 9:20 AM, andrej.znidarsic at gmail.com
<andrej.znidarsic at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello !
>
> A couple of our translators have installed ubuntu for their
> (grand)-father/mother, who doesn't speak english very well.
> As ubuntu is such a great operating system they enjoy using it, but
> translation in their native language (in this case slovenian) is essential
> for them.
> I thought this would be a very nice translation story, which were discuseed
> at UDS. We plan to publish it on the planet and any other resource
> translation stories would be published on.
> And now my question:
> Is there any template of standard questions to ask, just like for the
> translators interviews ? If not, why don't we agree on a set of standard or
> recommended questions as a base for an interview (additional questions can
> be asked of course).

Here is the link to the interview questions [0] that are used for the
various ongoing interview series around the communities. If you all
create the list of standard/baseline questions to ask please add them
to this list of questions so we can keep this as up to date as
possible.

These stories would be great for the following locations:

 * Fridge which at the moment being maintained at ubuntu-news.org
 * Ubuntu Weekly News
 * Full Circle Magazine - Ronnie Tucker
 * You In Ubuntu Blog  - Amber Graner
 * OMG! Ubuntu - Benjamin Humphrey
 * Plus any other sites you may know that would reach the intended audience

Might also want to try to get a few of the podcasts to mention them as well:

 * Ubuntu UK Podcast
 * lococast.net
 * Full Circle podcast
 * plus any other cast site you may know of

To get them posted to Fridge and Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter these just
email the news team [1] or pop into ubuntu-news on irc and let the
team know that way. I can't speak for OMG - but if you get these
posted on The Fridge then You-In-Ubuntu and FCM will get the link.

I hope this helps a little.

Amber

[0] - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Interviews/Questions
[1] - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NewsTeam

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