[Web Comm] Re: [intl-discuss] Re: Promotion and Visibility Committee

Jason Birch Jason.Birch at nanaimo.ca
Tue Mar 14 10:26:10 EST 2006

The Japanese language version was placed on the site (the translator indicated  it was complete) and you'll see it by default if your browser language is set to "ja".  
I would like to post the other versions, but last I looked none of them had received final approval and the French version (one only one I kind-of understand) was unfinished so I didn't feel comfortable in posting any of them.
It would be useful if someone could look at the other versions and indicate whether they are ready to go.


From: Arnulf Christl [mailto:arnulf.christl at ccgis.de]
Sent: Tue 2006-03-14 6:12 AM
To: international-discuss at osgeo.org
Cc: dev at webcommittee.osgeo.org
Subject: [Web Comm] Re: [intl-discuss] Re: Promotion and Visibility Committee

Frans Thamura wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am from Indonesia, here, I am leading the Java User Group and Ubuntu
> Community,
> I am a friend of Geoff Zeis, who always promoting Map Guide Server from
> Autodesk,
> I am here, to collaborate because I am new in Map Guide, serveral years
> ago I did a project using Autodesk Map Guide Server 5.0, but lost in
> track after that.
> but I see a lot of movement in geospatial, and hopefully we can
> collaborate.
> Frans Thamura
> Intercitra Prima Integrasi

welcome to the OSGeo. You might want to have a look at the Indonesian
language press release in the Wiki:

The Web Committee has already published the Englich language version, I
don't know whether the translations also moved to stable by now.

Best regards,
Arnulf Christl

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