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lu9dce 01-05-2020 07:55 AM

Grupos Telegram slackware en español
 
Somos mas de 300 usuarios en el grupo de slackware
en español de telegram

los invito a sumarse !!! saludos

https://t.me/slackware_es

hazel 01-05-2020 09:09 AM

So this is apparently an invitation to join a Spanish Slackware group with over 300 users. Nice but forum rules still say to post in English only!

Didier Spaier 01-05-2020 10:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hazel (Post 6074861)
Nice but forum rules still say to post in English only!

I am happy that l9dce didn't follow this rule and could understand easily what he said although my native language be French.

@ l9dce:
thanks for this information!
merci de cette information!
gracias por esta informacion!

By the way, there is also a Slackware group in Portuguese: https://tgram.io/group/798/slackshowbr

onebuck 01-05-2020 11:25 AM

Moderator Response
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by lu9dce (Post 6074839)
Somos mas de 300 usuarios en el grupo de slackware
en español de telegram

los invito a sumarse !!! saludos

https://t.me/slackware_es

English translation;
Quote:

Lightbulb Groups Telegram slackware in Spanish
We are more than 300 users in the slackware group
in Spanish telegram

I invite you to join !!! Cheers

https://t.me/slackware_en
As per LQ Rules
Quote:

There is no advertising allowed in the forums. If you are interested in advertising, please contact us.


All member-created content should be in English. This allows our moderators to ensure all content complies with all LQ rules. In addition, we recommend you avoid sms/l33t speak in the technical fora. Avoiding sms/l33t speak will improve question clarity and increase the chance of receiving a helpful response.

sombragris 01-05-2020 12:38 PM

Thanks! I already joined.
I second the recommendation for using English, at least as a first language.
Then the Spanish invitation would be OK.

Great and interesting group so far.

hazel 01-06-2020 06:30 AM

Surely announcing a Linux group doesn't amount to advertising.

lu9dce 01-10-2020 08:17 AM

Ok I understand only in English

the issue is ... if you are inviting a support group in Spanish
and the message is in English ... mmm ... I see it difficult;)

Really Spanish-speaking users (Latinos) are quite

for example one of the largest slackware communities is in brazil

as many here have a hard time in Spanish, others tell them English ...
imagine that for every comment they put I have to use a translator ..
my English is very technical

from what I saw some thought it was spam .. and in no way pretend that

It's just giving support, sharing experiences about something that we have
in our hearts "slackware" to users in our language

I started in the 90s with slack 1.01 and until today I use slackware ..
this experience that half the time in the use slack ..
I try to share it .. in forums, chat, videos

my intention is to encourage more people to
wear slack and join part of the community

Many users entered this post ... it shows that they need
support in their language ... or share their experience

I thank the administrators of linuxquestions.org for understanding

just in case .. since I use a translator I leave the version
is Spanish, the translator is not 100% reliable

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Ok comprendido lo de solo en ingles

el tema es .. si se esta invitando a un grupo de soporte en español
y el mensaje se pone en ingles .. mmm ... lo veo difícil ;)

Realmente los usuario de habla hispana (latinos) somos bastante

por ejemplo una de las comunidades mas grandes de slackware esta en brasil

como a muchos aca les cuesta el español a otros les cuenta el ingles ..
imagínate que por cada comentario que pusieron yo tengo que usar un traductor ..
mi ingles es muy técnico

por lo que vi algunos pensaron que era spam ..
y de ninguna manera se pretende eso

es solo dar soporte, compartir experiencias sobre algo que llevamos en
el corazón "slackware" a los usuarios en en nuestra lengua

yo empece en los 90 con slack 1.01 y hasta el dia de hoy uso slackware ..
esta experiencia que medio el tiempo en el uso slack .. trato de compartirla ..
en foros, chat, videos

mi intención es animar a mas gente a usar slack y unir parte de la comunidad

entraron muchos usuario este post .. se nota que ellos necesitan
soporta en su idioma .. o compartir su experiencia

agradezco a los administradores de linuxquestions.org por entender

por las dudas .. ya que use un traductor dejo la versión es español ,,
el traductor no es 100% confiable

hazel 01-10-2020 09:09 AM

You're welcome. Thanks for the explanation.

bassmadrigal 01-10-2020 01:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lu9dce (Post 6076659)
Many users entered this post ... it shows that they need
support in their language ... or share their experience

Just to let you know, I entered this post and I don't speak Spanish. I look at all posts on the forum, and I imagine many of us regulars would do that.

Basically, the view count on the post may not indicate that a large number of people need support in Spanish (although, it could definitely be possible).

Best of luck!

AlvaroG 01-10-2020 02:29 PM

I'm interested, but honestly doubt that Slackware has that many users unable to read English and participate here. After all, the installer itself is English-only, so it's not like you could go too far without understanding what it says :)

justwantin 01-10-2020 04:01 PM

I'll have to have a squiz. I have limited spanish abilities that diminish considerably when not challenged.

lu9dce 01-11-2020 04:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AlvaroG (Post 6076803)
I'm interested, but honestly doubt that Slackware has that many users unable to read English and participate here. After all, the installer itself is English-only, so it's not like you could go too far without understanding what it says :)

Yeah right

* an installer
* console commands

Here we call it technical English

they are words that we identify and know what it means, like when we see in a music team
(play, stop, eject), technician


It is specific to each subject in this case (computation)

I can reconcile some words of a sentence and decipher what is written about

I can't follow a spoken conversation

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agropec 01-11-2020 11:34 PM

Hey
Spanish speaker here!
thanks so much.

drgibbon 01-11-2020 11:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lu9dce (Post 6074839)
Somos mas de 300 usuarios en el grupo de slackware
en español de telegram

los invito a sumarse !!! saludos

https://t.me/slackware_es

Impresionante, me alegro que hay una comunidad de usuarios de Slackware tan grande. Si hubiera un grupo castellano en Matrix me sumaría :)

English: Impressive, I'm glad that there's a community of Slackware users that big. If there was a Spanish-speaking group on Matrix I would join :)

agropec 01-12-2020 12:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lu9dce (Post 6074839)
Somos mas de 300 usuarios en el grupo de slackware
en español de telegram

los invito a sumarse !!! saludos

https://t.me/slackware_es

How to join from Telegram app please?


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