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Proyek Penerjemahan Dokumentasi openSUSE

Mengingat pengguna openSUSE di Indonesia yang semakin lama semakin banyak jumlahnya, Andi Sugandi, Ketua openSUSE-Indonesia, dan saya terlibat dalam suatu diskusi kecil melalui email dan twitter untuk coba mengangkat kemungkinan menterjemahkan dokumentasi openSUSE ke dalam Bahasa Indonesia. Secara infrastruktur pihak openSUSE, melalui Frank Sundermeyer sebagai dokumenter openSUSE juga sudah menyediakan fasilitas svn untuk proyek ini dalam server svn mereka.

Tentu saja saya membutukan banyak bantuan dan kontribusi dari rekan-reakan sekalian. Jadi sekiranya anda menguasai Bahasa Inggris setidaknya pasif, ada keinginan untuk berkontribusi, punya waktu, dan komitmen memajukan openSUSE di Indonesia, maka anda bisa bergabung ke dalam tim ini. Mengenai hal teknis, bagaimana cara penerjemahannya, bagaimana pembagian kerjanya, tools apa yang dipakai nanti akan kita jelaskan melalui online meeting melalui IRC dan tulisan di blog setelah ada rekan-rekan yang tertarik terlibat. Anda tidak perlu punya pengalaman lain selain hal yang disebutkan di atas untuk dapat bergabung ke dalam proyek ini. Tentu saja kalau anda pengguna openSUSE dan biasa menggunakan emacs, vim atau jedit tentu akan menjadi nilai lebih.

Perlu ditegaskan di sini tidak ada imbalan materi apapun yang akan anda perloleh dalam proyek ini, jadi anda akan bekerja berdasarkan kesadaran bahwa anda membagikan kebahagiaan menggunakan openSUSE kepada orang lain. Tentu saja kami akan memberikan kredit dan menuliskan nama anda dalam tim penerjemah pada dokumen yang dibuat.

Jika berminat segera daftarkan diri anda melalui email ke andisugandi@opensuse.org dan cc ke medwin@opensuse.org, dengan subyek : tim penerjemah dokumentasi openSUSE dan mencantumkan nama, umur, lokasi/tempat tinggal, YM, irc nick/cloack, twitter,
Kami tunggu partisipasi anda semua.

Have a lot of fun

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