Once we get the new scheme on the road, I hope all of us can help him create the best documentation that any open source project has ever seen!
Can the lazy typists among us have a nickname to use? Prem?
PS? Appropriate as Post Script?
Well done Przemyslaw!
If I can be of any help please let me know, my wife who has been using Moodle at her college for some time, will also be happy to help in any way she can.
It will be a huge job and the best man won!
Perhaps I'm not as good a candidate for proofreading as I thought.
Now, let's just hope I'll be able to live up to the expectations. And thanks to all who have offered to help - I certainly will need it.
Re the nickname, I've seen a lot of variations of my name, and I think the one I've most gotten used to is Prem, but I'll also know who you're talking to if someone writes Premezek, Prezemek, etc.
Just joking. Congratulations!
I couldn't find other contact details and hope this finds you. RE Your IATEFL workshop in Bydgoszcz in 2010: Is is for complete beginners or for people who are more experienced users?
Congratulations from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Here you have a volunteer in Spanish translations.
- we use the p, like in psychology (almost but not entirely silent) p +
- the z like in pizza (like ts) p + ts + em +
- the y like i (in his) p + ts + em + i + s
- the l as w (like was) p + ts + em + i + s + w + a +
- and finally, the w as f (off) p + ts + em + i + s + w + a + f
- Gives pts + em + is + waf
- gives ptsem + iswaf
- gives ptsemiswaf
- Though it seems you could get away with substituting ptsem with "shem" or "chem"
- also I hear a little "r" in there as in ptsermiswaf...
(and I need a life !)