[Etoys] [Localization] Mongolian translations for Etoys
elana.langer at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 12:11:17 EDT 2008
Thanks for your quick response to the email below.
Enky - just to reiterate what Sayamindu said, we are all extremely
appreciative of your translation work, it was a great accomplishment
(especially in the short time you did it)
In fact some of the core team teachers nearly fainted when they saw
it! - etoys has been tough for them to introduce without a local
I hope that any misunderstandings have been cleared up and that we can
get everyone's hard work out to the children of Mongolia!
On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 10:07 AM, Sayamindu Dasgupta
<sayamindu at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 7:26 PM, <enky at mit.edu> wrote:
>> Dear E-Toys team,
>> Elana asked me to translate E-toys into Mongolian. Therefore, I formed the
>> of Mongolian professors and translated E-Toys. I worked very hard to
>> it and get many advices from them. I sent the translation directly to E-Toys
>> team as well as Mongolian team. Since the time was short, I tried to move on
>> next step. We have divided our work. Elana asked me to stay in the city to
>> translate E-Toys while rest of the team went to countryside for teacher
>>> "Hey thanks for the heads up. I thought he just sent it to us, and
>>> had not submitted it. I am working on the revision right now. I'll
>>> check online about the translation. Sorry this guy didn't bother
>>> trying to do it right."
> H Enkhmunkh,
> I don't think there were any complaints with the quality of the
> translations. From what I understand from the original mail, there
> were syntax errors and formatting problems (the tools that we use for
> integrating the translations with our software can be very picky when
> it comes to formatting). I have been very impressed with the progress
> of the Mongolian team over the past few months, and I'm sure your
> translations are linguistically flawless.
> We are trying to fix the formatting errors and clean it up, so that it
> gets integrated with the software as soon as possible, they have
> nothing to do with the quality of your translations :).
> Thank you for your wonderful effort.
> Thanks again,
> Sayamindu Dasgupta
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