On 24 April 2016 at 04:28, Gabriele Spina <gabr.spina(a)gmail.com> wrote:
please find below my application for the translations team.
Name: Gabriele Spina
Location: Turin, Italy
Profession or student status: Telecommunications Engineer
About You: I work in a multinational mobile communications company. I love
open source and Linux especially. For this reason I'd like to go deeper in
my Linux knowledge and give my contribution to the community. I used some
different distributions in the past (Ubuntu, Debian, Arch Linux), now
landed to Fedora and found my balance.
You and the Fedora Project: Translation is the first step to get involved
in the community, but I would like to increase my skills and give my
contribution also from a technical side. There are so many interesting
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Welcome Gabriele to Fedora translation project :) Translation is itself
tricky domain and it help to have technical knowledge during translation.
I think you would love to know about recent sprint we ran for Fedora 24
translation.  During sprint only 83 words for Italian got translated.
Though sprint deadline has gone but good to start completing translation
for master branch. Steps are given in article