[Translators-l] Urgent translation request: Media participation survey

Luigi Assom luigi.assom at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 10:35:50 UTC 2009

Transaltion made in Italian

am new so I hope to have followed the steps properly)

On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 10:30 AM, Guillaume Paumier
<gpaumier at wikimedia.org>wrote:

> Dear fellow translators,
> I come to you to request your help to translate the Media participation
> survey 2009; It is organized by the team from the Multimedia Usability
> project; it aims to better understand how people use Commons and how to
> make it easier to contribute multimedia content to Wikimedia websites.
> We plan to run the survey before the 2009 Fundraiser. To be included in
> the survey, a translation must be completed before 08:00 am, Sunday 25
> October (UTC). As a translator myself, I designed the survey so that it
> be easy and quick to translate: there are only 11 simple questions, and
> many answers are similar. However, I know the deadline is very short,
> and I apologize deeply. I will be very grateful even if only a few
> languages are available.
> The translation request is located at
> http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Media_participation_survey . I already
> did the French translation myself.
> If you have any question about the survey, or if you are unsure about
> the meaning of something, please do not hesitate to contact me,
> preferably by e-mail or IRC (I'm guillom there), but talk page is ok too.
> Many thanks in advance for your help!
> --
> Guillaume Paumier
> Product Manager, Multimedia Usability
> Wikimedia Foundation
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Luigi Assom

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