[OSM-talk] Kort Game: Translators seeked!
sfkeller at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 20:16:18 GMT 2013
Due to the small server we currently have for Kort, the database of
(keepright) errors is restricted to Africa, Europe and Eurasia (-30 W
to 120' E).
I'm sorr for this. I think that we soon can migrate to a bigger server.
But - as mentioned before - you can still help Kort in the meantime by
translating it to Portuguese!
See https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/kort/ .
2013/1/23 Arlindo Pereira <openstreetmap at arlindopereira.com>:
> I'd like to try the game but I see no missions in my city. I live at Rio de
> Janeiro, Brazil, South America.
> Arlindo Pereira
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 1:10 PM, Stefan Keller <sfkeller at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I'm referring to the small Kort game  which has been recently
>> mentioned in Weekly OSM Summary #59, January 1, 2013 . It is a
>> cross-platform, crowdsourcing app aimed to improve OpenStreetMap using
>> the concept of gamification (see ). Already about 800 users are
>> registered at Kort!
>> Kort is now ready for being translated at Transifex! This is a
>> collaborative, web-based localization platform which is free to use
>> for open source projects.
>> After signing up at http://www.transifex.com with a new account
>> (choose the "Open Source" option at bottom), you can search for Kort
>> project, choose your language, then click on "+ Join Team". You can
>> contribute even if you don't want to do the whole translation (this is
>> why there is a team). And if you miss a language there, just "Request
>> a new language".It seems to be easy to use and has help – of course in
>> several languages :-).
>> Thank you for contributing to Kort. I can't give you Koins for
>> translating, but I can wish you "happy korting"!
>>  http://www.kort.ch
>>  http://opengeodata.org/weekly-osm-summary-59
>>  http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Kort_App
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>> talk at openstreetmap.org
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