erik at wikimedia.org
Sat Apr 7 08:02:40 UTC 2007
On 4/7/07, Guillaume Paumier <guillom.pom at gmail.com> wrote:
> To the future candidates: respect the work of translators. Last time, some
> candidates largely exceeded the characters limit. Their statements were
> however translated because the translators felt a moral obligation to
> translate them. Though, such an attitude from candidates shows a disrespect
> to our volunteer translators. So, if you long to be a community
> representative, first respect the community by following these simple rules.
Sure - though there is no reason why candidates should not be allowed
to make extended statements on a separate page, which may be
translated into fewer languages.
Peace & Love,
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