User talk:Salamander03

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edit Welcome!

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WELCOME!
I'm sure you will like it here!

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-Sockpuppet of an unregistered user 07:54, 4 January 2009 (UTC)


Sorry, but please use THIS PAGE. :D

edit Foreign Office (Update)

Hi Salamander, sorry to contact you here but Korea Uncyclopedia isn't working. Just to keep you up to date with what is happening with the Foreign Office. So far it has been a success; all sites with over 1,000 articles (with the exception of Sweden, Israel, Finland, the Czech Republic and Greece) have signed on to the project, and we have so far translated 4 articles.

  • To see a full list of countrys+ambassadors at present go here.
  • To see the list of articles completed since the Foreign Office started go here.

You will also notice that on the main page, in addition to the "Translation Suggestions" and "Translated Articles" there are now 2 discussion pages for each language, one for articles being translated from that language and one for articles being translated to that language, don't underestimate how useful these can be as a hub for translation in your language (and for people who want help translating from your language). Feel free to customise (add pictures/change formatting) of your sections of the main page and your discussion pages, they are your embassies within the Foreign Office hub.

The next stage is organising a chat for all the ambassadors, so it would be very helpful if (assuming you haven't already) you can go to The Assembly and down to where it says "Poll", then suggest/comment on what you think is best for a means of communication.

After this, when we have everyone's opinions in, we can consider organising a chat in which we can clarify and develop a few ideas and maybe discuss some collaborative projects and such.

Thanks, Siddhartha Wolf --

Roger, Siddhartha Wolf, I'm translating Korean FA into English. The monster of the biggest eyes ØSalamander (Talk / Contributions) 06:05, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
Haha, it's very good, tell me when you're ready for me to check through it :) --El Sid, the lazy oneparlez-vous franglais? 08:50, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
But there is ICU template. ─┐─ ØSalamander (Talk / Contributions) 11:55, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
You mean it's ready to check? Or someone else put that there? --El Sid, the lazy oneparlez-vous franglais? 12:08, 18 August 2009 (UTC)

I went through and "anglified" the content. I like what you're doing so far, I'll just need to make sure that it translates well (and I might need to add things to do this), I hope this is ok? --El Sid, the lazy oneparlez-vous franglais? 13:11, 18 August 2009 (UTC)

Also I have moved it to your userpage until it's finished so it doesn't get ICU-ed again :) --El Sid, the lazy oneparlez-vous franglais? 14:56, 18 August 2009 (UTC) (it's at User:Salamander03/Big-Eyes-Monster

edit +/-

Hi Salamander, well here "-" simply means "translated from" and "+" simply means "translated to" i.e. the "-" means you are taking away something, the "+" means you are adding to it. They're universal symbols so i thought I'd use them. So if you're wanting to translate something TO English go to "/+English" or to Korean "/+Korean".

If you want to write some guidelines from translations FROM Korean, do it in "-Korean".

Thanks :) --El Sid, the lazy oneparlez-vous franglais? 09:52, 21 August 2009 (UTC)

edit Dima Bilan has been translated, master

we finishes translating Dima Bilan'ses article. now what master? RaymondAK-47talk - Over my dead, partly decomposed, raped body! 10:54, 21 August 2009 (UTC)

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