for Catalan (it translates Catalan ->
Spanish, so you will need to use another MT too),
for Greek, and actually for most of the languages Google supports I
instead (although Reverso has a
limit of 200 characters for plain text translation).
On Apr 1, 2005 10:54 AM, Anthere <anthere9(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
Joseph Reagle a écrit:
On Friday 01 April 2005 00:19, Anthere wrote:
At least for me, I come to know the others in
watching what they say and
do. When I notice someone put a wise or funny or creative comment a
couple of times in a row, I go to his user page. I try to decipher the
person a little bit. Then I go to his contributors list. Try again to
see what could make him tick. Then I store the information somewhere.
So you keep a "log" of people you've encountered? I've started this
I keep a log of people in my head.
The only problem is that I can only easily "observe" people in languages
I understand. Or at least those I can google translate. It is much
harder with say... russians, japanese, chinese...
Those are actually less involved in the international community than for
example the french, the germans or the dutch. Very unfortunately.
I know not how other people do; but I know most editors like to be in a
homy environnement, and just stick to their project. Their project can
be a certain wikipedia, or development, or precisely international issues.
In the end, most editors reconstruct a little community united by a
common goal. You just need some bridging people to insure flows
circulate between the little community patches. When an editor belongs
to two patches, you get a point :-) Ultimately, there is just a tightly
network of little communities, and even if one can't know everyone, one
can feel at home :-)
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