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GNU Web Translation Coordination

The “trans-coord” project is a special organizational project, with the goal to provide infrastructure for easy maintenance of www.gnu.org translations.

GNUnited Nations

GNUnited Nations (or GNUN) is a build system for gnu.org translations. For more information how to obtain GNUN, see its homepage.

For development sources and other information, please see the trans-coord project page at savannah.gnu.org.

Documentation

Documentation for the translation process is available, as is documentation for most GNU software. The two manuals are distributed with the gnun package, so you may read them by running info web-trans or info gnun, provided GNUN is installed on your system.

Mailing Lists/Newsgroups

This project has three mailing lists: <trans-coord-discuss@gnu.org>, <trans-coord-news@gnu.org> and <trans-coord-devel@gnu.org>.

The main discussion list is <trans-coord-discuss@gnu.org>, and is used to discuss all aspects of the translation process. For the time being, this is a private mailing list.

There is a separate list used for announcements of GNUN releases and updates to What's New, <trans-coord-news@gnu.org>.

Development of GNUN happens on <trans-coord-devel@gnu.org>. Logs from the automatic GNUN build jobs are also sent to this list.

To subscribe to these or any GNU mailing lists, please send an empty mail with a Subject: header of just subscribe to the relevant -request list. For example, to subscribe yourself to the GNU announcement list, you would send mail to <info-gnu-request@gnu.org>. Or you can use the mailing list web interface.

Maintainer

The trans-coord project is currently being maintained by Yavor Doganov, Anatoly Kazantsev and Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete Dutra.

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