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Wednesday, November 23rd 2011, 9:14pm

Polish based in Bristol,UK

Hi Everyone,

I love a mission of Zeitgeist therefore I decided to join. We all need to
realize that we can just stand and watch what's happening in a world. Current
"system" just doesn't work, but most of us just prefer not to notice.




I am full supporter of globalization and Zeitgeist movement and now i want to
take actions and become a part of a change.



I am Polish but based in Bristol,UK. Graduated in UK in Business Studies. I
have a strong knowledge of marketing, human resource management and business
development. I am happy to participate at any level.



Fluent in Polish therefore will be happy to translate any materials and take
all efforts to have them published in Poland.



All I want is to make a change.



Tom

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Thursday, November 24th 2011, 2:29am

Hi Wogi!! welcome!! :smiley:
Seems like we have somethings in common :giggle:

I hope you find your way here on the forum and cooperating with the Polish team. But if not, just ask. We are here to help ;)

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Thursday, November 24th 2011, 8:56pm

good to hear from you

I'm still on stage of "finding my way around" the forum. I had a look into Polish team forum but it doesn't seem like there's a lot of activity in there. Maybe I didn't loo into right places...

I am spending most of my time catching up on what's going on and doing plenty of reading on a subject.

Tell me where I can start and what can I do.

All the best

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Thursday, November 24th 2011, 9:42pm

Hi! I am glad you asked :D

Teams have ups and downs and different teams adapt better to some communication or work platforms and other teams adapt better to other structures. Day by day life issues and the influence on each others is the major factor to result on this, I would say. I don't think the Polish team integrated the forum fully yet. Probably because they were in a low phase by the time we moved the communications from Google Groups Mail to the forum.

That souldn't stop you, anyway ;) Tere are 2 different tools to translate:
Pootle - for websites, books and other text documents;
Dotsub - for video translation

in both of them you just need to register and choose a project. Everything is done online so you can do it from anywhere you have internet. :thumbup:

I leave you here some links to guide you through and keep a closer contact to the LTI in general:

Pootle: http://pootle.linguisticteam.org/projects/

How to translate using dotsub, tutorial: How to translate a video on dotSUB - 39 Translation(s) | dotSUB
Video translation working locations: http://wiki.linguisticteam.org/w/Linguis…a_Center/Videos

Ling.Team facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/LinguisticTeamInternational/
Linguistic Team coordinators (open for all) meeting tomorrow:http://www.facebook.com/events/286305051407578/
Linguistic Team biweekly meetings: http://wiki.linguisticteam.org/w/Linguistic_Team_Meetings

If any information missing, just beep again. There is lots of folk around to help ^^
Keep a close contact and we will be able to give you better orientation and feedback. And also, please, give us feedback pn the difficulties you find and suggestions, if any :seymour:

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rodrigo (nomada)
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