I want to translate the book "Version Control with Subversion" into Vietnamese
chinh.d.v at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 20:46:16 CDT 2016
It's of course would be better to start with 1.8 as the newest version so
please let me start with 1.8. About SourceForge.net account, I've just
registered for an account with username *chinhdo* (email:
chinh.d.v at gmail.com).
About the translation into Vietnamese, I can only do the translation in my
free time so the progress would not be fast but I'll try my best.
Thanks and Best,
On Fri, Oct 7, 2016 at 4:58 AM, C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato at red-bean.com>
> Chinh Do,
> Thanks for your mail.
> At this time, I'm not aware of anyone else attempting a Vietnamese
> translation of the Subversion book. So there's not much of an existing
> "team" -- you would be the team for now!
> Generally, I encourage folks to pick the latest stable version of the
> English text to work off of (which would be ^/branches/1.7/en), copying
> that to your translation directory (would that be ^/branches/1.7/vi ?)
> and replacing the English with Vietnamese in chunks at a time. But the
> current ^/trunk/en is probably pretty stable, too, and covers Subversion
> 1.8, so if you'd rather start from that we can do so.
> If you have a SourceForge.net account, I can grant you the necessary
> commit privileges so that you can do your work within our repository. This
> also lets me easily configure nightly builds of your work so they become
> immediately accessible, even in their incomplete state. Or, if you'd
> prefer, you can replicate the code into your own repository hosted
> elsewhere. Either way, once you show demonstrable progress, we can give
> you an index.vi.html page for the website so you can report your progress
> (and solicit the help of other translators).
> Let me know how you'd like to proceed.
> -- Mike
> On Sun, Oct 2, 2016 at 11:44 PM, Chinh Do <chinh.d.v at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm Chinh Do and I'm a Vietnamese developer and I'm using SVN everyday in
>> my development. I have more than 10 years experience in software
>> development (https://vn.linkedin.com/in/chinhdv) so I confident that I
>> can translate this book into my native language to spread the book and to
>> help the other Vietnamese developers from using SVN. Before, I used to
>> contributed on translating Mantis Bug Tracker, Vivaldi browser into
>> Vietnamese. Please let me know how can I join the translation team.
>> Chinh Do
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