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You mean for free?
Yeah, why not?
Yes, i totally agree with Oleg! I'm aghast to think that a multi-billion dollar company wants us to do this for free. Get outta here!!!
How about hiring a professional translation agency?
For those new terms, I think it's a great idea to get everyone's translation feedback. Sometime, a professional translation company may not be able to find a good translation. I will do it for free.
I would be happy to help. Just let me know where to send my invoice. Alternatively, I would accept payment in kind in the form of a free copy of Windows 8 or development time.
@Monica: And why wouldn't a professional translation agency find a proper translation? Especially if they specialize in software translation!
You can't expect an open-source community like behavior for commercial products.
Let me guess. Same process as Ubuntu or this kind of OS... That means Windows 8 is going free and open source? Great.
Yeah, sure. Let me think...
Oh, I got the answer and also an invoice to send.
If a person knows the translation of sideload and semantic zoom, he deserves to be paid. But I'm in a good mood today, so here is the translation in Spanish: sideload translates to "sosundescarado" and "semantic zoom" would be "yonotrabajogratis paraquevostehagasrico". I also know this in Greek if you're interested.
Welcome to the 21st century slavery system: You work for free, we give you no credit, we make zillions...
What is this stuff? Are you really expecting us, the users to translate your software for free when you in turn will charge us for using it?
Who would be so retarded to do something like that?