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Gnome Stew in Other Languages
Posted By Martin Ralya On November 17, 2010 @ 12:45 pm In | Comments Disabled
Gnome Stew is read by GMs all over the world, but since it’s only in English that means many, many gamers don’t have easy access to our articles.
Since our goal is to help as many GMs as possible, we’re trying to remedy that: We’ve made arrangements with several excellent sites to translate Gnome Stew articles into other languages.
If you know GMs who’d love to read the Stew in their language, send them a link to this page — the hub for finding Gnome Stew articles in other languages.
Many thanks to the fine folks who made this project possible!
Places to Go, People to Be – PTGPTB is a fantastic French blog that offers a ton of gaming content. They’re our translation partner for French-language versions of Gnome Stew articles, and you can read their first translated article here: La méthode 3-3-3 de préparation rapide de partie.
Babil Kulesi – Turkish blogger Aydın Can GÜR runs a tight ship, with a clean design and lots of good content. He’s translating Gnome Stew articles into Turkish, starting with this one from January 2013. Thanks, Aydin!
For one reason or another, these folks started translating Gnome Stew articles and then stopped, or their blogs died, or they were eaten by dire kobolds. We wish them well.
In October 2010, we put out the call for readers who would be interested in translating Gnome Stew into other languages, and the response was excellent.
This is an ongoing project, and if you’re interested in translating our work into another language we’d love to hear from you. Please read the article describing the project and, if it still sounds like something you’d enjoy, drop us a line: martin (at) gnomestew (dot) com.
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