On 1/15/07, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de> wrote: > Ralph Angenendt wrote: > > Alain Reguera Delgado wrote: > >> The info is hosted on: http://centos.wordpress.com/ > >> > >> and, the page where we can find the translations in a relative order > >> with the source is: http://centos.wordpress.com/traducciones/ > > No, we didn't forget you. Not really, at least. > > > My preference at the moment would be <http://wiki.centos.org/es/>, where > > ACLs could be put in place differently from the rest of the wiki. I am with that way too. > We had a talk about that last week. We're still weeding out some issues > with regard to "who is allowed to put what where", but yes, we want to > have that content on the wiki. Please give us a few more days. ok ... in the mid time I propose to use http://centos-docses.on-wiki.net, a moinmoin wiki to build the Spanish documentation in a collaborative way. That intend to be a place where the translators could build the documentation and then a place where the documents are taken to build the official Spanish documentation in the CentOS' wiki (until a decision over official site is taken). Now all the content in http://centos.wordpress.com/traducciones/ is been transferred to this place, though, more people are able to aid. If you want to collaborate, subscribe in http://centos-docses.on-wiki.net, then comment your interest in this or the Spanish list. Thanks, Al.