[OT] Seeking assistance with "Natural Language" translation for French;Italian;Russian of a FAQ doc.
I am asking those here who have cultural ownership of any of the
three languages mentioned to please consider assisting in
translating the text I copy below. I am not looking for a
"babelfish" type translation. The finished product needs to be
very clear in conveying "the message" of the document.
Dictionarys and on-line translation services do not do that well.
As you will read the concept I am embarking on implementing is
new for UseNET, it is therefore very important for the best
chance of being of use to UseNET that the FAQ "gets it right".
Myself I have no way of checking the finished product, I am
Australian with LOTE skills for SE Asia and a poor understanding
of "bush French". What is eventually developed I have to trust is
accurate for the ethnic group the translation is intended to
Please consider my request in a kind light. I apologise for any
disruption to normal NG activity.
The email address given in headers is valid.
FAQ--0 alt.binaries.vj.tester 0-- FAQ
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There is an excellent clone of PP known as "SharkPost".
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utility that will ease the stress in posting large archives.
Sharkpost is Great!
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The ABVJT Charter follows.
[..] for brevity
From usenet Wed Mar 22 20:50:03 2006
Subject: cmsg newgroup alt.binaries.vj.tester
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 20:43:30 -0000
Organization: Newbie SKOOL 4D Cosmopolitan
Comments: This control message attempts to validate an empty
newsgroup, creating a useful NG
CHARTER: This group is a pipe to education for virjin [sic]
cosmopolitan aspirants insensitive to failure, driven to maintain
binary posting convention in seeking that "freedom to share".
alt.binaries.vj.tester seeks to rationalise the discrepancies
created in variations of Engrish as a communication tool in
describing implementation of the NNTP protocol and associated
RFC's. The discussion of available FAQ volumes in developing, for
the [L]anguage [O]ther [T]han [E]nglish poster, a meaningful
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Technologies that are associated with or complementary to binary
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What would be, "nice to have before you start"?
[Note] The applications below work as advertised and you will
be up and running quickly if you use them. Do not request
"patches/cracks" for these utilities in ABVJT. The first runs for
a trial period. The second is a free download.
WinRAR - the best archive tool out there. It can handle RAR,
Zip, ACE and many other formats, and more importantly, it will
unzip multiple files inone mouse click.
QuickPAR - you need this for PAR files.
Some general hints at what it is all about - Binary posting.
In any Binary newsgroup.
You cannot force anyone to post Binaries. If you expect anyone
to "trade" you will often be disappointed. If you got it for
free, give it away.
In any Binary newsgroup.
Binaries is like fishing - patience pays off.
In any Binary newsgroup.
Everything is eventually reposted.
In any Binary newsgroup.
Leech, lurk, learn - it's ok to just download for several months
and you never need to "give back". You do not need to "post
something" to "get something".
In any Binary newsgroup.
Protect your identity at all times. Use a unique posting name
(nym) for each of the Binaries groups you decide to post to. If
you use the same nym everywhere you will find KooKs following you
For the "fast track Newbie" some links to search in helping
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