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Re: Update of Debian website

Hi Tobias,
Below you will find the English translation of Turkish Debian Pages. I
am only sending the part that will go within the tag <div id="inner">.
Will you take care of the rest or let me do it for you (I will need
more detailed instruction then.)?


<h1>Debian Turkish Pages</h1>
<p>Debian Turkish Web Pages are translated and kept up-to-date by
volunteers in line with the spirit of Debian project. Unfortunately,
some pages might not be current at this time due to insufficient
volunteers. In such cases, there will be a warning message stating
that the original page is newer. If you would like to report any
errors in Turkish pages, please feel free to contact us using one of 
the following methods.</p>
<h1>Turkish Help</h1>
<p>Turkish Debian users may ask for help in Turkish through the
emailing  list called <a
Use the form on that page in order to join the list. Also, we suggest
you to visit the site <a href="http://www.debian-tr.org";>Debian-tr</a>
where you can find more detailed Turkish documentation.</p>
<h1>Turkish Localization</h1>
<p><a href="http://l10n-turkish.alioth.debian.org";>Debian Turkish
Localization Project </a>is an effort to have Debian conform to the
Turkish Debian users' region and language. Translation of web pages
into Turkish is only a small part of this effort. You can get more
information about this work on our project pages. You can also
contribute to the project by joining the emailing list <a
created to coordinate communication between volunteers.</p>
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On 12/1/05, Tobias Toedter <t.toedter@gmx.net> wrote:
> [Please CC me on replys. Thanks.]
> On Thursday 01 December 2005 21:42, Tulay Demir wrote:
> > Hi Tobias,
> > I am new to translation group so I don't know yet what needs to be
> > done exactly.
> Hi Tulay,
> thanks for your reply. It's no problem that you're new to doing
> translations, I'll try to assist you if you need some help.
> > But I checked the web page
> > <http://www.de.debian.org/international/Turkish.tr.html>, it is read
> > that the page was last updated on November 25, 2005 whereas the v1.4
> > is on Jan 19,2005.
> Well, the last update of the page is not necessarily the last time somebody
> actually changed the content of the page. Under some circumstances, the
> pages are rebuilt even though there were no real content changes. So in
> effect, the website you checked was last built on November 25 -- the last
> content change happened on January 19.
> The CVS URL I posted shows the differences between the version which has
> been translated into English and the current version of the Turkish page.
> I don't speak Turkish, but my impression is that the content of Turkish page
> has changed quite a lot. Probably it's not useful to have a diff for
> updating. I guess it might be easier to actually translate the current
> Turkish page from scratch into English.
> > So what can I do to fix it?
> Considering all of my comments above, it would be great if you could simply
> provide an English translation for the page found at
> <http://www.de.debian.org/international/Turkish.tr.html>.
> Cheers,
> --
> Tobias
>     "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity,
>      and I'm not sure about the former"  -- Albert Einstein

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