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Hi there, I just stumbled upon your glossary and I'm totally enthusiatic about the glossary. As I'm German I would like to translate the entries into German. Remember, with an estimated 90–100 million native speakers, German is one of the world's major languages and is the most widely-spoken first language in the European Union. So how can I link to other languages? HELP!

Strubbl21:46, February 24, 2013

This is a "semantic glossary", a part of this site which is a "semantic wiki".

In order to get the glossary to pop-up on a German language site as it does on this site, the whole website would have to be replicated in German. Something that is planned for every major language in the future.

If you find a translated glossary, please post a link to it in the Internet Library where I have a section for international resources for LRH materials.


David LaCroix

Dl8800802:06, February 25, 2013

We have collected a lot of materials, so I would upload the glossaries in German for the qual librarie? I have right now no own website where I could upload files.

Strubbl22:19, March 2, 2013

Ok, you can add them to the Internet Library yourself by going to that page and adding your links there, or post them on the discussion page there (just like you've done here, or post them here.

I would also suggest you create a page on this site for yourself, either as an auditor or use the "People Form"


Dl8800806:13, March 3, 2013