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Japanese and Korean Translations Needed!

February 22nd, 2007 by Nicholas Reville

I’ve noticed that we’ve been getting a lot of visitors from Japan and Korea recently, but we don’t have website translations in either of those languages. Can anyone help? Translate GetDemocracy.com.

And of course it would be great to get other languages going as well. We have a lot more translations of the Democracy Player interface than we do of the website, but if people can’t read the website, they might never get far enough to see the interface.

Update: Norwegian and Turkish are popular but missing as well.

3 Responses to “Japanese and Korean Translations Needed!”

  1. Kengo Nakaoka says:

    Hi, Mr. Nicholas Reville,
    My name is Kengo Nakaoka, I am a R&D manager for a software company located in Tokyo. http://www.magrex.co.jp/?product=RexOffice%202.0%203&patch=0&platform=Intel

    I have done a couple of Japanization work, here and there, and those works are being destributed nation wide. please tell me about details. I am willing to be a part of this project.

    Thank you.

  2. Sujung Kim says:

    I’m willing to help(?) translation Korean and Japanes.
    I’m a Korean, and, I study in Japan so I know Korean, Japanes and a little English. However, I don’t know COMPUTER but I believe if someone who gives some tips how to do I can do..

  3. Channy says:

    It’s very useful software! I finished all translations for korean. I’m happy to contribute your project.

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