Am 13/02/11 19:12, schrieb Rajko M.:
On Sunday, February 13, 2011 04:04:30 am Thomas
Saturday 12 February 2011
so far, it´s almost all translated. You can see the new article here:
Please tell me, if there are any mistakes in the text, so that I can
Thanks for your article. I've fixed some small typos and revised the last
paragraph of the section "Update auf die aktuellste Version" a bit. Hope
you like it. :)
Nice work Kim and Thomas.
Now, I'm wondering why is http://de.opensuse.org
still old style?
I actually know why, but why plans are not changed when work on transition is
not going anywhere?
As it is now, updating http://de.opensuse.org
to the latest software and
moving back all that was ported to http://dewiki.opensuse.org
appears as the
fastest, if not only, solution.
this most probably is.
To be cautious I will just forward the message here also to the other
fitting mailinglists (I think openSUSE-project will still lead as the
discussion has here many postings jet) to see if anyone from the
(former?) German wiki team or other members of this lists has any other
To read the hole thread you (pl.) may begin in the web achieve at
Maybe there is also an not manual solution to delete the old and
irritating remarks according to that template:
Dieser Artikel wurde gesichtet!
[...] Letzte Änderung: 02:41, 14 Februar 2011 (UTC)
-> last realy edited on
15:09 GMT+1, 2010/Jul./12
And I think most of the articles need to be updated.
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