Wordfast how to wiki entries needed
Thread poster: Drew MacFadyen

Drew MacFadyen
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Aug 6, 2008

We are starting to create content for the ProZ.comWiki at - http://www.proz.com/prozwiki/Main_Page and would like to ask the Wordfast Support forum users to help us create a series of "How To" articles for the Wiki. Have you posed a question in the forum? Did you get an answer? Consider taking the answer you received and making a Wiki entry on Across How To. Before you post a question in the forum, make a wiki entry and ask your fellow support forum users to enter their feedback and suggestions on the wiki and the forum. Your fellow users will find it much easier to research their problems in the future while being able to add to the body of knowledge on the Wiki page. The Wordfast Wiki entry is at - http://www.proz.com/prozwiki/en:Wordfast

Simply go to the Wiki at http://www.proz.com/prozwiki/Main_Page and start by searching Wordfast How To {insert topic} and select "go" if no article is currently in the Wiki you will see a result that includes "create this page" in red. Click on create this page and then enter your content and save the page. The goal is to have a resource of articles on HOW TO work with Wordfast. All articles should be titled like this "Wordfast How To export TM" as an example.

Once you create the wiki entry email the article link to drew@proz.com (I can clean up formatting and other items - just provide us the content)

Let's see if the Wordfast Support forum users combined can create at least 20 Wiki articles before the end of August.

All users that create a Wordfast how to wiki entry will be entered in to a drawing for a free years worth of proz.com membership and a ProZ.com futbol (soccer to us yanks) jersey.

Hope to see Wordfast How To Wiki entries soon.

Thnaks for you help
Drew MacFadyen




http://www.proz.com/prozwiki/en:Wordfast


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Lori Cirefice  Identity Verified
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Good idea! Aug 6, 2008

Sounds like this will be easier to search and organize by topic.

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Drew MacFadyen
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Thats the hope Aug 6, 2008

Thats definitely the goal - an easy to search, constantly updated, robust repository of information for translators - from and by translators.

If anyone is so inclined they can even take a past forum post that has a good how to question and answer and simply make a Wiki entry.

Thanks

Drew


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Drew MacFadyen
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First how to Wordfast entries subbmitted Aug 11, 2008

ProZ.com user - Lori Cirefice has started the first series of Wordfast How to articles for the Wiki. They can be viewed at
http://www.proz.com/prozwiki/en:Wordfast

If you have provided answers or support and feedback for fellow translators in the forums please consider making a Wiki entry on that topic. Forums are great for getting quick answers and support to your problems, but searching through them and reading many replies is not convenient for future users. By creating a ProZWiki entry you will be adding to the growing body of knowledge and helping your fellow ProZians.

Regards,

Drew


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