Off topic: How to "launch" a Pow-Wow ?
Thread poster: Steredenn Offret (X)

Steredenn Offret (X)  Identity Verified
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English to French
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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


 

Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
Chile
Local time: 02:39
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Spanish to French
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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


 

Steredenn Offret (X)  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:39
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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 Franceicon_smile.gif

Steredenn


 


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