by Toby W. Rush
I'm thrilled to know that these pages have become so popular, and even more excited that folks have been asking to help translate them into other languages. To facilitate this, I've set up a project at Zanata.org, a free online utility designed to facilitate translation projects like this one. If you're interested in helping to translate pages into your language, follow the steps below to join the project. Help as much or as little as you like; whatever you can do will be helpful!
Because Zanata.org is designed for software development, we're using in a slightly different way. The system normally has translators join site-wide "language teams." Rather than bother the administrators of these teams, I'll just set you to be a Project Maintainer along with me, which gives you full access for entering translations within our project only.
So, to join in:
By helping with the translation effort, you agree to have your translated text distributed freely under the same Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license as the English edition.
If you wish, you can join our dedicated translation Google Group. This very light-traffic group is a place where you can collaborate with other translators, ask questions or report issues.
Sparky and I thank you for your interest and assistance!
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