On Wednesday 12 July 2006 21:54, Lukas Graf wrote:
> Hello everybody!
> My name is Lukas, I've been using Gentoo since 2004.3, instantly fell in
> love ;-) , and now I feel like it's time for me to start contributing
> Because I especially like Gentoo for its excellent documentation, I
> thought, maybe gentoo-doc would be a good place for me to participate.
> I'm Swiss, so my mother tongue is german. My english is quite solid I
> think, probably not good enough to actually write english docs (or at least
> not withouth a native speaker proofreading it), but definitely good enough
> for translating en->de.
> My primary areas of interest are in networking (protocols, service
> configuration, security), so for these topics I would actually understand
> what I'm translating ;-)
> I'm also capable of creating valid and semantically correct (X)HTML, if
> that's of any use.
> Ok, so much for that, if you need to know anything else or are just
> curious, don't hesitate to ask. :)
> I would love if somebody could give me a start, as I have no idea how to
> begin ;-)
> Best regards,
since you expressed interested in working on german translations you should go
ahead and read this short howto . There you'll find a general overview of
how our team works and how you can start contributing.
If you have further questions you could either see if someone in
#gentoo-doc-de on irc.freenod.net can help you (we like to idle) or join our
mailing list gentoo-doc-de  or simply ask me directly (since that's kinda
Hope to see commits from you soon, all the best,
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