Re: bug-reporting for non-English users
Clytie Siddall a écrit :
On 29/04/2005, at 8:05 PM, Frans Pop wrote:
I would suggest that supporting people who don't speak/write English is
the responsibility of the Vietnamese user community. The obvious
do is to set up a Vietnamese Debian user mailing list and encourage
to present their problems there.
I don't know how this works for you, but people come and go a lot.
That's where an updatable page with the current mailing list / forum /
channel could be kept, as part of the Debian central site, looks like
a more useful option. It's sometimes difficult to anticipate what
direction new users are likely to take, but as long as they see some
contact info somewhere, it should help. It's important that such
information survives migration of key people ... I'm not sure how that
could be done.
Clytie, there is already an active vietnamese FLOSS community so-called
"ViệtLUG", mixing local and overseas vietnamese people (and even not
vietnamese ones: I'm on it ;-)), see http://www.vnlinux.org/sitemoi/
There is an associated mailing-list too: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's not especialy about Debian though, but there are people asking
What do you think about creating a debian-l10n-vietnamese for this? I'm
not sure there will be enougth people on it right know, but it could be
The Right Way™ to let people come...
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