On Tue, 2005-11-01 at 01:04 +1100, SEKINE tatz Tatsuo wrote:
Now I'm translating the release notes into Japanese.
Unfortunately, Legal Notice written in English might lose
its legality on some level in Japan.
Yes, AIUI, every single translation requires a separate legal approval.
Naturally, that lawyer needs to know the language.
Sorry for forgetting about this one, it has been a question since FC1.
I'll look into this immediately.
Then, I'm thinking
about adding translated one into Appendix as a guide
(i.e. not replacing English one).
Interesting. As Tommy has pointed out, putting it in the Appendix
removes some of the legal imperative. By being an attachment instead of
part of the main body, we reduce it's relevance.
I wonder ... if it is clearly marked as being a non-legal approved
translation, will that work?
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