[Translators-l] Two new fundraiser requests

Haytham Hammam haytham.hammam at gmail.com
Mon Feb 6 16:18:41 UTC 2012

Hi all,

Arabic is finished for both, need proofreading.


2012/2/6 Jon Harald Søby <jsoby at wikimedia.org>

> Hi all,
> The fundraiser team is going to perform some tests in African countries
> starting soon. Therefore the translation of the Isaac appeal is now
> requested in more languages, namely *Afrikaans*, *Arabic*, *French*, *
> Spanish* and *Swahili* (though Isaac said he may do the Swahili
> translation himself ;-) ). The page can be found here:
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fundraising_2012/Translation/Isaac_appeal
> You may of course translate it to other languages as well if you want to,
> but those are not going to be used in the short term.
> There is also a request for a donor survey, that is requested for all
> languages, though the five aforementioned languages + *Portuguese* are
> the ones that will get it first. But it will be used for many more
> languages later, so all translations are very welcome. The page can be
> found here:
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fundraising_2012/Translation/Donor_survey
> Both of these use the Translate extension, so just click "Translate this
> page" on top of the page to start translating. If you have any questions at
> all, just let me know. :-)
> --
> Jon Harald Søby
> Community Fellow
> Wikimedia Foundation
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