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Re: Permission Request for 'Transformations XSL (XSLT...'

From: Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2012 08:50:34 +0000
Message-ID: <4F62FEDA.7060405@saxonica.com>
To: John Obri <obri.jo@gmail.com>, xsl-editors@w3.org

Thank you for volunteering your efforts. You can find information about 
the W3C translation process at

http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Translation/

which explains how you should ensure that your efforts are coordinated.

Michael Kay
Saxonica
(personal response)


On 15/03/2012 14:48, John Obri wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I've known you website for ages! And I found interesting your 
> publication "Transformations XSL (XSLT)" which I googled on 
> http://xmlfr.org/w3c/TR/xslt/ ! I'd love to use it in a project I'm 
> involved with called "Geek Science", so I'm seeking your permission 
> for translation to Macedonian language. "Geek Science" is a 
> freemium-model non-English language orientated startup with collection 
> of scientific articles, personal notes etc. in several languages that 
> is collaboratively edited by volunteers from around the world since 
> 1999. Young and old, students and professors - even your neighbor 
> could be a volunteer member.
>
> If you agree, we will credit you for your work in the resulting 
> translation's references by stating that it was based on your work and 
> is used with your permission, and by mentioning the name of my project 
> "Geek Science" back to:
> http://xmlfr.org/w3c/TR/xslt/
>
> Thank you for your time and patience.
> I look forward to your response next week.
>
> ---
> Best wishes,
> John Obri
> Tirana, Albania
> (GMT +1)
> Translation for Education FAQ - http://goo.gl/q9Oq9
>
>
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