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    Default Why don't have a Chinese version here?

    Many of my classmates have installed openSUSE in virtualbox and some of them even have openSUSE-11.4 on their laptop for our OS assignment. But as a Windows user, we find it extremely difficult to get started. Also, we encounter a lot of problems to dual boot windows7 and openSUSE. A Chinese forum like Ubuntu will help a lot.
    By the way, is there a way to get authorized to translate official documents into Chinese?

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    Default Re: Why don't have a Chinese version here?

    On 04/04/2011 07:36 PM, manuzhang wrote:
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    > Many of my classmates have installed openSUSE in virtualbox and some of
    > them even have openSUSE-11.4 on their laptop for our OS assignment. But
    > as a Windows user, we find it extremely difficult to get started. Also,
    > we encounter a lot of problems to dual boot windows7 and openSUSE. A
    > Chinese forum like Ubuntu will help a lot.
    > By the way, is there a way to get authorized to translate official
    > documents into Chinese?
    >
    >


    welcome! of course we want you to use and love openSUSE..

    you will notice on this page <http://forums.opensuse.org/> that we
    already have forums in several languages and here is the way to a
    Chinese forum added to the list:
    http://forums.opensuse.org/faq.php?faq=novfor#faq_lang

    as for translating "documents" into Chinese, i guess you mean manuals,
    official documentation, how-to articles, wiki entries, etc...all of
    that is very possible...it just takes people willing to put in the
    time and effort to do it....there is a translation team, a wiki team,
    etc etc etc...have a look here:

    http://en.opensuse.org/Portalroject
    and here
    http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Teams

    again, welcome!!

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    Default Re: Why don't have a Chinese version here?

    Thx, but I can't find the Chinese forum in the link.
    Nonetheless, I've seen one here.
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    Default Re: Why don't have a Chinese version here?

    On 04/05/2011 03:36 AM, manuzhang wrote:

    > Thx, but I can't find the Chinese forum in the link.


    sorry...i was not clear: while we have several non-English forums, we do
    not have a Chinese forum, yet

    but we can have one...it just takes people to run it..

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    Default Re: Why don't have a Chinese version here?

    I'm sure I'm not the only Chinese to want that happen.
    Also we're willing to contribute
    So why not make it

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    Default Re: Why don't have a Chinese version here?

    On 04/05/2011 10:06 AM, manuzhang wrote:
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    > Also we're willing to contribute
    > So why not make it


    ok! this is next step:

    http://forums.opensuse.org/faq.php?faq=novfor#faq_lang

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    Default Re: Why don't have a Chinese version here?

    Quote Originally Posted by manuzhang View Post
    I'm sure I'm not the only Chinese to want that happen.
    Also we're willing to contribute
    So why not make it
    @manuzhang -- Here's the procedure if you want to consider a Chinese language forum:
    How do I request language specific forums?

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