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Any Dutch speaking JForum users out here?

 
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As the JForum team prepares a new release, we want to improve a number of the localizations that have fallen behind. There are about 70 language entries that haven't been translated to Dutch yet, most of them fairly short. Is there anybody here interested in helping us out? If so, please get in touch with me via email.



We could also use help for a number of other languages, namely Turkish, Japanese, Norwegian and Portuguese. Those are even further behind, so would need more work. But even a partial translation of the outstanding entries would be great.
 
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Sure, I'm interested. I'll send you a mail. Tell me where to.
 
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That's great, Stephan. The email was supposed to be in the image in the post, but apparently that only works for me. The email in my profile here is public - that's the right one.
 
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