On 8/12/05, Muralidhar Kamidi <kamudhar(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Actually I am a latecomer into the world of computers, and linux in
particular. But when I saw Open Source happening so happily on the Net, I
realised it is for people like me. So the basic tenets of democracy (if it
is for the people, then it must be by the people as well!) demanded that I
be a part of this moment. But I am not a programmer. So the only way I can
help this movement is either by writing documentation, or by translating.
While there are a lot of people doing the documentation, I found nobody
translating the project into my mother tongue (telugu). So I take up the
I want to know, how to do it. Send me as many files and links as required
to learn the basics of translation procedure. I don't have a Fedora Core
distribution with me. If there are ways to do the translation from Windows
environment, tell me. Otherwise tell me where to get the Fedora Core in
India. Please don't tell me to download. My 56 kbps connection will spend
years at a stretch doing that!
This is the essence of what I would like to tell you: I am interested and
enthusiastic to be the first to translate into my mother tongue. Just tell
Dear mr. Muralidhar Kamidi,
If you are interested in Free Software, You better be a member
) which mainly deals
with the Free and Open Source development in India.
You may also register with
firstname.lastname@example.org(http://freefox.bizhat.com) if you need any
technical help regarding linux, especially Fedora Core.