[pydotorg-www] Chinese Beginner's Guide to Python

Carl Trachte ctrachte at gmail.com
Sun Aug 21 21:24:20 CEST 2011

On 8/21/11, skip at pobox.com <skip at pobox.com> wrote:
>     >> User catinsunshine has twice now replaced the Beginner's Guide to
> Python
>     >> wiki page:
>     >>
>     >> http://wiki.python.org/moin/Beginner%27s%20Guide%20to%20Python
>     >>
>     >> with a Chinese translation.  The first time I simply reverted it.
>     >> This time I left it as-is and sent him an email telling him how to do
>     >> things properly (create a second page containing his translation and
>     >> reference it from the above page and the ChineseLanguage page).  If I
>     >> don't see that the page has been properly done in the next couple
>     >> days, I'll revert things again and block his user.
> (cc'ing Carl Trachte since he's done much of the management of the
> non-English pages in the wiki, and catinsunshine, the translator.)
> Took me awhile to figure things out, but here's what catinsunshine did:
>    * Copied the BeginnersGuide page to Beginner's Guide to Python
>    * Translated that
> So, it turns out he was technically okay, but there was no indication in the
> page name that it was a Chinese translation of the original BeginnersGuide
> page.  I just renamed it to BeginnersGuideChinese and added appropriate
> links.
> We should probably try and wrangle up some people who will keep the various
> Chinese language resources in shape.  Any ideas?
> Skip

Thanks, Skip, for dealing with this.  I don't have any ideas off the
top of my head.

Carl T.

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