[Webcom] How can I add Korean language in a translation tab?

Sanghee Shin endofcap at gmail.com
Tue May 6 09:13:44 EDT 2008

Hi Jason,

Please grant the translatore role to following 2 Korean LC members :

Name : Kwon,  Yongchan (User account : ruvyn)
Name : Kim, In(User account : elegancy)

And please enable Korean language row in the translation tab. We'll start
translation just after your enabling. After finishing several key pages'
translation, I'll let you know..

Regarding Korean flag issue, I don't care much about that. I think the most
important thing is translation itself not flag.



2008/5/6 Jason Birch <Jason.Birch at nanaimo.ca>:

> OK, that works for us; please let us know as you get more osgeo userids
> that want to translate.
> I've added the Korean language, but not enabled it.  Please let me know
> if this allows you to start adding pages.  If it does, then once you
> have some key pages added we can turn it on.  I haven't done this before
> but I think Tyler knows more about this?
> Hmm.  We don't seem to have a flag for Korean.  I wonder if Korean is
> one of those cases where displaying a flag is not politically a very
> good idea?  Perhaps we should turn off the flags?
> Jason
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sanghee Shin
> Subject: [Webcom] How can I add Korean language in a translation tab?
> First of all nobody in korean language chapter made an objection to my
> being
> the official translation liaison. So, if you have any business regarding
> Korean language translation, please feel free to contact me.
> By the way when we started to translate OSGeo web page into Korean, we
> found
> that there's no Korean lanaguage row in the translation tab. Therefore
> we
> couldn't create translation node for the korean language. Would you
> please
> help us to sort out this problem?
> You help will be appreciated.
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Sanghee Shin

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