Tue, 5 Oct 1999 12:41:24 +0100 (BST)
Arthur Ogawa writes:
> Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> > Arthur Ogawa writes:
> > as translators, you mean? good question. we have a Czech person
> > waiting (must add her to the list...)
> Give me the details, and I will do it.
to paraphrase Petr:
"Jana Chlebikova will test the Czech/Slovak stuff on new version of
TeXlive. She has a team of many students and she is able to test the
MSWin version. She is <email@example.com> "
can you add her, Art?
> OK, I propose to send out a call for help. What say you?
> A post on c.t.t
> An email message to all recipients of the TL4.
You are welcome to try, but unless you are _very_ specific, you just
get lots of "I want to help" messages. People promise much, but very
seldom deliver unless you really really hound them (and then be
prepared to write it yourself at the last minute). Plenty of people
will say "I would like to read it and comment", but few say "I will
write 10 pages on XXX".
> Appeals to Alan Hoenig and the authors of the 4TeX manual...
4TeX, yes. But Alan Hoenig will be bound by his contract with OUP
> > someone has to take this documentation project, and really _drive_ it
> > to the end.
> Yes. I should resign as TUG secretary; that would give me the time.
kill two birds with one stone, then :-}
> > ...How many documentation projects can you think of in TeX
> > World that have started off with grand ambitions, and fizzled out?
> A depressing thought.
I have lots of those