Posts about Lingua
This post explains how to add a translator credit to a GV English post that is was originally in another language.
"Moreover, translators get to have their names at the top of the article, which is gratifying and useful when building a portfolio!"
Hi all, this is a quick update to let you know we've added a new type of notification to the Global Voices WordPress setup. Now, when a translation is published, the writers of the original post will get an email letting them know! This is a long-requested feature from both...
"Keep translating things in what you believe and talk about GV with your friends and relatives to share this source information with as many people as possible. . ."
"Practice makes perfect. Translate. Translate every day. You won’t be able to improve your skills if you don’t practice translating regularly."
Global Voices is "a window on the world. Both through its contributors and the topics we write about."
"The thing that motivates me to translate for GV is that we're free to choose the stories that interest us and that talk about topics we care about..."
Get to know more about Marina Khonina, our new Lingua Project Manager, in this 3-minute video!
It is my pleasure to announce that Danish, French, Traditional Chinese, and Ukrainian Lingua sites have new Translation Managers. Please welcome: Ina Melgaard, Juliette, Yanne C, and Volodymyr Tyravskyi respectively. Ina is a 30-year-old postgraduate student, translating from Spanish to Danish, based in Denmark. Ina lived in Spain several times,...
Mohamed ElGohary announcing stepping down as Lingua Manager by December 31.