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Old 12-21-2012, 01:13 PM   #1
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? Por que no hay una version de LQ en espaņol? ! I not speak english !


Estoy seguro que los millones de habitantes del planeta que hablan espaņol estariamos muy agradecidos por contar con un LQ en nuestro idioma, principalmente por vivir en paises emergentes o con pocos recursos, lo cual es una de las causas que motivan a migrar a sistemas operativos y aplicaciones no propietarias. Ademas de ayudar a cerrar la brecha existente en el empleo de la informatica entre los paises ricos y los pobres.
Espero que puedan leer este post y mas que una respuesta quisiera llamar la atencion sobre la necesidad de una version de LQ en espaņol.

Muchas gracias

Jorge Jordan Villafuerte
La Habana Cuba

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Old 12-21-2012, 01:35 PM   #2
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There are many sites for Linux in Spanish. Google up a few.

I am not trying to be rude, I just think there are many sites in the world in different languages and some are just not in one's native tongue, just the way it is. I am sure though, there are some great sites in Spanish. In my search I saw many distribution specific sites.

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Old 12-21-2012, 03:15 PM   #3
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Estoy seguro que los millones de habitantes del planeta que hablan espaņol estariamos muy agradecidos por contar con un LQ en nuestro idioma, principalmente por vivir en paises emergentes o con pocos recursos, lo cual es una de las causas que motivan a migrar a sistemas operativos y aplicaciones no propietarias. Ademas de ayudar a cerrar la brecha existente en el empleo de la informatica entre los paises ricos y los pobres.
Espero que puedan leer este post y mas que una respuesta quisiera llamar la atencion sobre la necesidad de una version de LQ en espaņol.
If you'd like LinuxQuestions to be in Spanish, then by all means...start a site of your own, in Spanish, that does what LQ does. Otherwise, there's little we can do to help you. As jkirchner pointed out, there are many Spanish Linux-help forums...Google can point you to them.

Your other option is to learn English.
 
Old 12-21-2012, 07:08 PM   #4
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This is the google translation of that paragraph
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I'm sure the millions of people on the planet who speak Spanish would be very grateful for having a LQ in our language, live mainly in emerging countries with limited resources, which is one of the causes that motivate migrate operating systems and no proprietary applications. In addition to help close the gap in the use of computers among rich and poor countries.
I hope you can read this post and one answer I would draw attention to the need for a Spanish-language version of LQ.
Trate de usar el traductor de google.
http://translate.google.com/
 
Old 12-21-2012, 07:19 PM   #5
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