[docs] propose a Chinese version of Python documents
mariatta.wijaya at gmail.com
Fri Jan 5 13:42:50 EST 2018
The effort and process of translating Python documentation can be read in
PEP 545 .
One of the first steps is subscribing to doc-sig mailing list ,
introduce yourself there.
They can further guide you with the process.
On Fri, Jan 5, 2018 at 7:55 AM, eric R <trencyclopedia at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Guys,
> I am Donghui, a Chinese currently studying in Europe as a Ph.D. student.
> Since last year, I have started using Python for my projects, and I found
> Python documents very helpful for me to learn this programming language.
> Thank you all for the wonderful work!
> Meanwhile I noticed there are Japanese and French versions of the
> document available beside the English version, but Chinese version doesn't
> exist yet. I am wondering whether you'd consider incorporating a Chinese
> translation of the document on the offical website. I hope this knowledge
> base can be accessed by more broad people from China where most pepole
> still have difficulity reading techincal stuff in English.
> I am not sure whether you already received same proposal from other
> Chinese people. If so, I will be very glad to work in a team to do this
> kind of translation. As this work is going to need quite broad of
> background knowledge, it will be very difficult , if not possible, for one
> person to accomplish this work.
> Thanks in advanve!
> *Best Regards！*
> *Eric )*
> * **Zhai *
> *PhD Candidate*
> *Email: donghui.zhai at student.kulenven.be
> <donghui.zhai at student.kulenven.be>*
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