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Re: [Fedora-trans-ar] step-by-step instructions on how to begin translation

On Friday 19 May 2006 11:36, Mueen Issa wrote:
> Hi Munzir,
> Ic, but there has to be some kind of a reward, no?

Sure! depending on your personality and your look to life.
Have you ever helped someone and didn't charge him money for your help?
Have you ever taught someone how to do something without asking him for money?
Have you ever thought that there are things you do for free and things you do 
for a living?

Not everything is for free, ok, but not everything is for money too but get 
assured that everything had a reward (think thereafter, think exerience, think 
self comfort, ...); again depending on your beliefs.

and yes, once you translated any file, it will carry your name and any this 
would be recorded so any change you do at any time could be checked using our 
cvs system. Also, if we are satisfied with your translation and you did a 
considerable contribution, we would list your name and your information in 
arabic-fedora.org so you can add it to your CV and refer to it. Also, keep in 
mind technical translation is not as easy as everyday translation and we are 
not going to praise you if you don't _really_ deserve it. It's a challenge 
you can accept or refuse.

Munzir Taha
Telecommunications and Electronics Engineer
Maintainer of Fedora Arabic Translation Project
Maintainer of the OpenBugs project page at
Master CIW Designer, ICDL, MOUS, Linux+, LPI 101
New Horizons CLC, Riyadh, SA

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