Posted by lucasvieites
on June 11, 2008 at 8:40 AM PDT
I have been using the java tutorials for several years, as I occasionally do some programming in Java. Right now I have several co-workers who would benefit greatly of these documents but they are not fluent enough in English and I know there are many spanish speaking programmers in the same situation. Because of this I have translated some parts of the tutorials for internal use at my company, but always as a quick solution so they would not be asking me to explain a paragraph here and there all the time.
As I have been quite active as a volunteer translator for several opensource projects for some years I would like to go on and start translating parts of the tutorials the proper way; that is, using a (professional) translation tool (like the OLT - https://open-language-tools.dev.java.net/ ) that would allow us to publish the tutorials in the same formats as the originals.
For that purpose the texts should be available in some kind of "source" form other than HTML. Do you think this could be feasible?
Thanks in advance,