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Re: Music Glossary: updated italian version

From: Trevor Daniels
Subject: Re: Music Glossary: updated italian version
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 08:44:32 +0100

Federico, you wrote Tuesday, July 28, 2009 11:24 PM

Last month I started translating the doc into italian, so the Music Glossary was the first doc I checked. I have a list of the missing italian words, as well as some corrections of existing ones. All these modifications have been already proofread by another italian who has helped me with proofreading so far

Sounds good!  Thanks.

(BTW, he has a very good knowledge of music theory, I wonder if he may be interested in helping with future emprovements of the music glossary..maybe I'll ask you need help on that?).

The Glossary editor is Kurtis Kroon, who I believe would
welcome some help.  I'll copy this reply to him so he can

Please let me know how can I send you the patches..
I may either edit the file (which file is it?) or just send a clear text file with all the edits needed (and then you can add them to the file).

Normally I would ask you to edit the file (and provide it as
an attachment) but another contributor (Jonathan Kulp) is
already adding some of the missing translated terms, and
I don't know how far he has got.  So instead, at this time I'd
prefer a clear text file which I can merge with his changes.

I have Git, but I've almost never used it so far.. so I'm very clumsy with it ;-)

There's no need for you to use Git at all if you prefer not to.
I can handle the Git aspects.

Many thanks for your offer!


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