[NTG-context] The ConTeXt book

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Thu Apr 1 21:58:42 CEST 2010

On 1-4-2010 21:38, Alan BRASLAU wrote:

> So I looked into the law and followed it to the letter: I offered to the
> one French national teacher (out of 12) the possibility to give his course
> in French. Of course he would not think of it. And I made sure that we had
> a translation device on hand (a dictionary).

Ah ... translators ... I remember that we had quite some fun when the 
translator started to make jokes (of couse only for the non french who 
had headsets) ... some on this list who were present might remember the 
"Sorry folks, i cannot translate this yet as i have no clue where this 
gusy is heading and there is sign that he will finish his sentence in 
time." Of course he got an applause afterwards.

Okay, but in general I do have good memories of meetings in France. 
Especially one Gutenberg meeting in a castle: 50% talks and 50% very 
good eating. And of course the famous nice 16th aniversay meeting ...

> So I suggest that Arthur write the book in French and maybe I could
> translate it into Dutch.

Ah, great! Because I wanted to give Slovian a try.


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