Radar in Chinese–Crowdsourcing the Translation

At China Foo Camp last November, we got many requests to translate this blog into Chinese. I’m happy to say that Douglas Wan of our Beijing office has ported Radar to a wiki, where staff and a small corps of volunteer readers (from countries including China, France, and the US) are translating entries into simplified Chinese. If you’d like to help with translation, contact Douglas at radarman@mail.oreilly.com.cn.

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  • Michael

    Cool!The idea of bilingual Radar is great.As every time O’Reilly brings us a surprise again.

  • nicely done