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  1. RSS feed for this weblog looking thing

    Comment posted by MarkDilley (not registered)
    On Wed 16 of Jan, 2008 23:34 GMT
    I would like to follow this weblog looking thing, and would like discreet rss feed for it, not the wiki recent changes. what do you think about that? Best, MarkDilley
    1. Re: RSS feed for this weblog looking thing

      Comment posted by Anonymous
      On Fri 14 of Nov, 2008 20:45 GMT
      > I would like to follow this weblog looking thing, and would like discreet rss feed for it, not the wiki recent changes. what do you think about that? Best, MarkDilley

      yes me too
  2. Great idea!

    marclaporte
    Comment posted by marclaporte
    On Thu 31 of Jan, 2008 11:56 GMT
    Hi Mark,

    The front page may look like a blog but it's in fact a wiki page. Tiki does have a blogging feature but it's not turned on here. (maybe later)

    I added to our wishlist "RSS feed per single wiki page"
    http://dev.tikiwiki.org/wish1518

    For now, you could create an account, and "watch" the page to receive an email for changes to this page.

    Best regards,

    M ;-)
  3. Horrendous misspelling on welcome page in Spanish

    Comment posted by Laura (not registered)
    On Wed 30 of Apr, 2008 00:12 GMT
    If you guys want people to use this magnificent tool, you should be more careful about your translations, including grammar and spelling.

    Bienbenido is not Bienbenido, but bienvenido. It really looks bad.

    Otherwise, chapeau.
    1. Re: Horrendous misspelling on welcome page in Spanish

      Xavi
      Comment posted by Xavi
      On Mon 05 of May, 2008 08:02 GMT
      > If you guys want people to use this magnificent tool, you should be more careful about your translations, including grammar and spelling.
      >
      > Bienbenido is not Bienbenido, but bienvenido. It really looks bad.
      >
      > Otherwise, chapeau.
      Dear Laura:
      You are very right! This page name must have been written by a non-Spanish speaker/writer!
      Take note that from now onwards any registered user to this site can rename pages. I hope you can help us keep the content correct concerning gramar and spelling!
      Cheers
      Xavi
  4. Project phase

    fransua
    Comment posted by fransua
    On Mon 23 of Jun, 2008 15:05 GMT
    Hi,

    I am now evaluating the benefits of your work for my client (OHIM) which attended the last JIAMCATT meeting in marrakech.

    Is this web site the only place where your project is implemented at the moment? I understand so far we can not install any TikiWiki that incorporates those highly interesting translation features...? I installed a TikiWiki engine but can not seem to find this set of features...

    When will those capabilities be implemented for their use by anyone installing a TikiWiki?

    Thanx for your great work!

    François Magendie.
    1. Re: Project phase

      Xavi
      Comment posted by Xavi
      On Mon 01 of Sep, 2008 21:20 GMT
      > Hi,
      >
      > I am now evaluating the benefits of your work for my client (OHIM) which attended the last JIAMCATT meeting in marrakech.
      >
      > Is this web site the only place where your project is implemented at the moment? I understand so far we can not install any TikiWiki that incorporates those highly interesting translation features...? I installed a TikiWiki engine but can not seem to find this set of features...
      >
      > When will those capabilities be implemented for their use by anyone installing a TikiWiki?
      >
      > Thanx for your great work!
      >
      > François Magendie.

      Since some weeks ago, you can download and use the last stable version of Tikiwiki, which is Tiki 2 and comes bundled with the "Cross Lingual Wiki Engine".

      More information on http://info.tikiwiki.org/art35

      Hope this helps...
  5. YouTube: Wikis in Plain English

    Comment posted by James O'Reilly (not registered)
    On Mon 03 of Nov, 2008 15:28 GMT
    YouTube: Wikis in Plain English

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY

    This video was made because wiki web sites are easy to use, but hard to describe.

    Please note, why a Web 2.0 Wiki has more advantages as compared to mere Web 1.0 e-Mail use in the case of group collaboration, and especially why the Web 2.0 Wiki approach supersedes a hierarchical or a traditional Gutenberg/Tayloristic processing structure.
  6. rockiller - a thriller to wiki-translate in english

    Comment posted by Joe Santangelo (not registered)
    On Fri 27 of Feb, 2009 01:54 GMT
    Hi everybody I'm wondering how can I get my thriller wiki translated in english.
    Should you want to know more about the content please visit this link http://joesantangelo.splinder.com/post/14737618/Rockiller+-+My+first+thriller+ and let me know your suggestions by writing to joethrillers at gmail.com
    Thank you in advance for your help
    Joe
    1. Re: rockiller - a thriller to wiki-translate in english

      alain_desilets
      Comment posted by alain_desilets
      On Fri 27 of Feb, 2009 15:15 GMT
      > Hi everybody I'm wondering how can I get my thriller wiki translated in english.
      > Should you want to know more about the content please visit this link http://joesantangelo.splinder.com/post/14737618/Rockiller+-+My+first+thriller+ and let me know your suggestions by writing to joethrillers at gmail.com
      > Thank you in advance for your help
      > Joe

      If it's Creative Commons material, and if the novel is finished, you could always post it on TraduWiki.org. If you think the novel will continue to change after translation has started, you may be better off posting it here on wiki-translation, since the translation features on that site are designed to deal with changes in the source material after translation has started.
    2. thanks

      Comment posted by diana (not registered)
      On Wed 18 of Nov, 2009 09:48 GMT
      I am now thinking about joining your community. I am interested in effective translation, because work with several languages at a time. Online tranlsators make too many mistakes, othet dictionaries (i've found a couple by rapidshare search engine ), but they also were not much helpful.
    3. Re: thanks

      Comment posted by simone
      On Sun 03 of Jan, 2010 17:02 GMT
      >It should be borne in mind that in the contact group are not an effective means of promotion, simply because most people walk only on your page. If you send personal invitations to the event, then the effect will be greater. But your account sooner or later banned.

      In LiveJournal, I made a few posts (6-9), so the effect is quite high. To achieve high efficiency should be spamming the news about the event as often as possible. research paper ), but they also were not much helpful.
  7. how to sign in?

    Comment posted by gail (not registered)
    On Tue 30 of Jun, 2009 07:50 GMT
    may i know how to sign in?
  8. need help

    Comment posted by enass (not registered)
    On Sun 27 of Sep, 2009 08:47 GMT
    please, i'm a bit confused about how to use this site....can anyone help?
    1. Re: need help

      Comment posted by Alain Désilets (not registered)
      On Mon 28 of Sep, 2009 14:02 GMT
      > please, i'm a bit confused about how to use this site....can anyone help?

      Can you be a bit more specific? What do you not understand?

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