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Blowback is a Japanese Arch user.
 
Blowback is a Japanese Arch user.
  
== My Translation Policy ==
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== My Attitude to Translation ==
 
=== Which articles should not be translated ===
 
=== Which articles should not be translated ===
I think every important (and updated frequently) articles such as [[Beginners' Guide]] should not be translated. Because to keep the translation up-to-date is too heavy task so I believe it will never last long. I think all Arch users should read original English as for common and important articles.
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I think every important (and updated frequently) articles such as [[Beginners' Guide]] should not be translated. Because to keep the translation up-to-date is too heavy task so it will never last long. I think all Arch users should read original English as for common and important articles.
  
 
Obsolete translations are destructive in some cases.
 
Obsolete translations are destructive in some cases.
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The articles introducing Arch to people who do not know about Arch.
 
The articles introducing Arch to people who do not know about Arch.
  
 
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== My Apology ==
== My Apologies ==
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Sorry for my bad English.
Sorry for my broken English.
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Latest revision as of 14:48, 26 January 2012

Blowback is a Japanese Arch user.

My Attitude to Translation

Which articles should not be translated

I think every important (and updated frequently) articles such as Beginners' Guide should not be translated. Because to keep the translation up-to-date is too heavy task so it will never last long. I think all Arch users should read original English as for common and important articles.

Obsolete translations are destructive in some cases.

Which articles should be translated

The articles introducing Arch to people who do not know about Arch.

My Apology

Sorry for my bad English.