Turkish localization

Linas Vepstas linas at linas.org
Fri Oct 24 00:15:10 CDT 2003

On Tue, Oct 21, 2003 at 09:11:49AM +0200, Christian Stimming was heard to remark:
> A. Alper ATICI schrieb:
> >3. How is the decision to start a national gnucash-users mailing list 
> >made? (I guess one will be necessary when tr.po is finished)
> Conventionally we didn't have any localized gnucash-users mailing list. 
> Only a year ago we started the German one (especially since the HBCI 
> module was introduced) and it turned out to be quite successful 
> (currently 200 subscribers, 2-5 postings per day). And only a few 
> months/weeks ago we started a French and an Italian speaking mailing 
> list, but I don't know about the traffic there. Usually you should have 
> at least 3-5 people (i.e. testers or occasional contributors) that would 
> regularly answer emails in your national language before you consider 
> setting up a national-language mailing list.

If you think you have a core group of subscribers, then I'd also need a 
volunteer to admin the mailing list.  This might require an hour a week,
maybe less, to deal with spam, help the occasional new subscriber, etc.

After that, I just need various announcements and mailing list summaries
in turkish that can be posted in apropriate places.


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