Off topic: How to "launch" a Pow-Wow ?
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Steredenn Offret  Identity Verified
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Oct 3, 2004

hello everyone, I do not know if that is the right place in the forum to ask such a question, but I'll try anyway. I live in Brittany, France, and I would like to meet other translators in that area. Since I'm "relatively" new to proZ I am not so sure about how to "launch" a Pow Wow. Could you help me please? Thanks to all of you.
Steredenn


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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
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Hi Oct 3, 2004

I moved your post to the Powwows forum.

To propose a Powwow you must go to the "Community" tab, chose "Powwows" and then "Propose a Powwow".
You have to enter the place and the date and wait for an agreement.

In order to be considered a Powwow it must have at least 5 people, but you can change the date or meet anyway, the first thing is to propose and then you see.

Good luck with yours

Claudia


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Steredenn Offret  Identity Verified
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Thank you! Oct 3, 2004

Thank you very much Claudia, I will try to gather a few people in the West of France

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