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Regarding to your French pages, I think you could also set up another wiki and use MediaWiki's language system (like one on Wikipedia's). I used to do Thai, hosted on my server, but it seems that right now I am the only Thai who still interested in this, so the project were largely abandoned. (But it sill accessible, looks for link on Main Page & Radar page). And from that experience, I found that most people who are interested in Robocode as well as programming are quite fluent in English. (And being a Eastern Language, some term are very hard to translate ;)) I also found out that I should spent time on Robocoding instead of Translating. --Nat Pavasant 11:59, 23 December 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for your reception !
Regarding your advise, to set up another wiki, does it mean to need, at least, an host server ? Why setting up another vs. adding some translated pages? About your feedback, I perfectly agree until the fact, that a teenager (one of mine ;-)) brought me into Robocode because of lacks in English... Then, I believe getting some basics translated in French may help to add some new French players into the Robocode world :).--Gsd06 19:01, 23 December 2010 (UTC)
But isn't Java documentation only in English?
I believe if you are only having basics (sub-pages of Robocode) it is OK. (I really think we should ask Voidious, as he is the admin here). My two cents, but I really think teenagers of your should try to learn more English to meet true enjoyment of Robocode world (Many of knowledge here is in form of old conversation, which is both hard and time-consuming to translate and is not classified yet). (Note: I am also a teenager from Thailand) --Nat Pavasant 13:02, 24 December 2010 (UTC)