jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu
Thu Oct 21 15:02:31 PDT 2004
> I want to know if i can help to FreeBSD Project here in Cuba, i can help
> in enything you want, in translation and distribution, i can send my adreeses
The best thing to do is to start running FreeBSD - if you haven't already
done so, download and install a recent version, probably 4.10 and gain
experience in it.
Then, just start doing things. There is a Spanish translation project
now. Look at it and see what you can add and submit your additions
and corrections. If it is appropriate to have a separate language
track for Cuban Spanish, then you have a big project ahead of you.
Go to: http://www.freebsd.org/docproj/index.html
Click on the Translation link near the bottom of the page and
then on the 'Spanish Documentation Project' link in the list.
I think you will be surprised how much is done and get an idea
of what you can do.
In general, you can submit a PR to make additions or corrections
for documentation just as you can for program source code.
Good luck and welcome,
> Oscar Castillo Coll
> 14 #9 apto 32
> /Linea y Calzada
> Vedado, Plaza de la Revolucion
> Ciudad Habana. Cuba
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