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Re: Introduction

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: Introduction
Date: Sun, 01 Feb 2009 13:30:43 -0800
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unknown-1 <address@hidden> writes:

> And now a more difficult point. I myself would like to see the
> documentation in English in html form on a website.

The documentation is in HTML form at:
It looks to me that it is up-to-date (it says 0.6.0 instead of
0.6.1, but 0.6.1 was bug fixes only, so it should still be

> If it is available this way, the user can use the google
> translate service to have it available in there own
> language. It might be easy to create a webpage with this
> translations like:
> Dutch:     

I think that you are fluent in Dutch.  When you read the PSPP
manual in this way, does it make sense?  Would it be useful to
someone who knows Dutch well but English poorly or not at all?

If it is useful, then we could include such a link.
"But hey, the fact that I have better taste than anybody else in the
 universe is just something I have to live with. It's not easy being
--Linus Torvalds

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