Le 26/08/2011 00:32, Jaime Casanova a écrit :
> On Thu, Aug 25, 2011 at 4:32 PM, damien clochard <damien(at)dalibo(dot)info> wrote:
>> hi guys,
>> The issue #00 of PostgreSQL Magazine was a demo and it proved that
>> there's a public for a regular magazine dedicated to PostgreSQL. The
>> stats from the pgmag.org website show that the PDF version is the most
>> popular : we got approx. 4000 readers for the demo issue. Meanwhile the
>> paper version was warmly welcomed at pgcon and others conferences....
> do you know what happen with the translations? never finished?
I guess so... I must admit i've been offline most of the summer and i
did not follow the various translating. This is one of the thing that
need to be improved.
>> * Frequency
> my only opinion here, is try to coordinate one of the editions with
> the release of a new version (at least with a one month boundary)
Yes that'd be perfect. This more or less how the ubuntu's full circle
magazine works. AFAIK it's the only open-source community-driven
magazine that has 4 or 5 active translations teams. But despite that the
various teams don't work at the same speed and frequency.
So for now i don't want to put to much pressure on the guys translating
pg_mag. Especially i think it's not a big problem if there a few months
delay between the orginal and the translated versions.
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