Hi!  Coralie Thanks very much for the information!
That is helpful!
C. E. Whitehead
>From: "Coralie Mercier"
>To: "Charles McCathieNevile" ,"CE Whitehead" , w3c-translators@w3.org
>Subject: Re: Moving a translation--how to?
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>Cap'n Charles is right. Thanks Charles.
>If you need to move a translation to a new URL, please, set up a
>redirect,  provide me with the former *and* new URI so that we may
>update our  database.
>For people who do a translation but are not certain they they will
>be able  to maintain their server for many years, yes, W3C can host
>the translation.
>On Tue, 19 Sep 2006 07:18:04 -0400, Charles McCathieNevile  
> wrote:
>>Avast me hearties! Ideally you never do this. If you have to, you
>>should  ensure there is a redirect from the old server to the new
>>For people who do a translation but are not certain that they will
>>be  able to maintain their server for many many years, can W3C host
>>the  translation?
>>On Mon, 18 Sep 2006 18:18:54 -0000, CE Whitehead
>>  wrote:
>>>Hi!  If for some reason, we have to move our already completed  
>>>translation to a new URL address,
>>>what is the prodedure?  (You have the current URL listed in your
>>>list  of translations; is there a way to notify you if we need to
>>>ever change  that URL?).
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