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We, Japan Work group team members who originally prepared the material are so glad to hear the new translation added!
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Subject: [openchain] OpenChain Supplier Education Leaflet - German Draft
Stefan from Fiducia & GAD IT announced yesterday that work is well advanced
on a German translation of our Supplier Education Leaflet. Originally created by
a sub-group of the OpenChain Japan Work Group, the supplier education
leaflet is available in Japanese, English, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, as
well as in Vietnamese as a draft.
See Stefan’s full announcement and call for support below.
As discussed yesterday in Nuremberg during our kick-off meeting of the
German OpenChain Working Group, I would like to reach out for support
regarding finalisation of a translation of the Open Chain Supplier Leaflet into
You can see the current state-of-work at
The layout is not yet as complete as in the original - I would like to finalise the
design after having sorted out the final German text. Thus, in a first round,
quality checking of the text would be a good point to start :-)
My ‚request-for-contribution‘ to you, if you currently want to / can support:
Could you please compare the current German translation draft to the English
and provide corrections and suggestions for improvement? Please feel free to
direct any comments to my address Stefan.thanheiser@....
(Should any of you want to go deeper: I ported the document from the
proprietary Adobe format I found at Github (sorry, if there should have been any
other format there -maybe I did not dig deep enough into the directory
structure) to a format of the open source tool Scribus - why not use OSS tools
when writing about OSS? ;-).
The "scribus source file" for the PDF can be found at
and can be edited using Scribus v1.5.5.)
Thank you in advance for your support and best regards,