Okay, maybe offering rewards for translations was a bad idea. Looks like someone submitted a bunch of machine translations, overriding good ones, just to get a reward.
But like, how would I know, for languages I don't speak? I don't see a way to delegate any kind of approval process to specific trusted speakers in the weblate system.
Sorry for incentivizing a mess
Ken Thompson is speaking at Vintage Compter Festival East in May
Ken invented UNIX with Dennis Ritchie at Bell Labs and wrote the B computer language preceding Ritchies C language
Interview will be from Brian Kernighan, the K to Ritchie's R for the K&R book
What a wonderful experience I just had at #DemocraticBrewing , the bar before the salsa spot :) ! A man sitting near me at the bar asked why I was in town and when I mentioned libre planet and free software he actually got excited. My neighbor had just learned about free software recently while learning and using some python code. I told him all about the conference and took his email. He lives in Philadelphia and I’m sure there are some folks I can put him in touch with. So exciting!
Congratulations to our Director of Community Operations @freedeb for receiving this year's Award for the Advancement of Free Software at #LibrePlanet this weekend! https://sfconservancy.org/news/2019/mar/25/fsfawardDeb/
"Personal power comes from knowing who you are and acting on your ethics." #LibrePlanet
LOOK AT US -- on the screen of a 3B2 screen at the Vintage Computer Festival Pacific NW -- chatting away on COM MODE ! hahaha Thanks to Yoshamano for sharing the photo!!
I have a GPG key published on the MIT keyserver. You can also find it on keybase.io/thewilson He/Him
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko