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Post by wilq » May 3rd, 2006, 4:27 pm

Hi there !
I accidentally found this website and i think that the idea behind it is just great. I come from Poland and have an ability to speak fluent English and (how come ? ;) ) Polish. Since I' m an IT guy I have an extensive knowledge of computer vocabulary in both languages. I' ve noticed the topic about "Pan Tadeusz" and would be glad to help if there is a possibility.
Anyway great to be here :)

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Post by kayray » May 3rd, 2006, 6:49 pm

Hi Wilq! Nice to have you here. Make yourself at home, and just yell if you have questions!

Happy reading,
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Post by vee » May 4th, 2006, 8:52 am

Great to have you aboard. I'm sure you've probably found all of our various resources. The best place to check things out is probably the wiki, but if we don't cover something there let us know. Might be worth adding it.

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Post by ceastman » May 4th, 2006, 11:53 am

Hi Wilq! Nice to have you. :)

Looks like thistlechick finished uploading text a little while ago. She's on vacation currently, but let her know you're specifically interested in that project by sending her a private message (use the You Have X New Messages link up at the top of the page to access the PM area).

Meantime, there's plenty you can do for other projects! We can always use help over in Listeners Wanted - there, individuals proof-listen to chapters before they're released to the world: we look primarily for technical issues, long pauses, repeats - anyway, there's a FAQ. :)

If you're interested in recording, I'd suggest starting with something short, such as Weekly Poetry or Aesop's Fables (both over in Readers Wanted: Short Works). They're good pieces to get used to the recording and editing process with.

Enjoy yourself!


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