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Add Japanese version. #14

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Thank you very much! I need to find someone else to review this, and then we're good to go.

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SamirTalwar commented Nov 29, 2016

Thank you very much! I need to find someone else to review this, and then we're good to go.

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@atsushieno さんへ:行動規範を日本語に訳してくれてありがとうございました!日本語のネーティブスピーカーではありませんので、どうぞ宜しくお願いします。

I've read the Japanese translation in the pull request for the community code of conduct.

I'm not a native speaker of Japanese, but having lived in Japan for a year it looks like a good translation to me. The language is formal and to me feels like it matches the style of the English version - maybe even a bit more formal.

In "The less quick version", Eno-san added the "(or lack thereof)" back in after "religion", probably as a copy from the part above.

The word 司法警察組織 (shihou keisatsu soshiki) for "local law enforcement" literally translates to "organization (soshiki) of justice administration (shihou) and police (keisatsu)". I simply don't know that word. It might be specialized legal language judging from the combination of the words or just the best possible translation in Japanese to bring across "the local equivalent of justice and police".

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georgberky commented Dec 1, 2016

@atsushieno さんへ:行動規範を日本語に訳してくれてありがとうございました!日本語のネーティブスピーカーではありませんので、どうぞ宜しくお願いします。

I've read the Japanese translation in the pull request for the community code of conduct.

I'm not a native speaker of Japanese, but having lived in Japan for a year it looks like a good translation to me. The language is formal and to me feels like it matches the style of the English version - maybe even a bit more formal.

In "The less quick version", Eno-san added the "(or lack thereof)" back in after "religion", probably as a copy from the part above.

The word 司法警察組織 (shihou keisatsu soshiki) for "local law enforcement" literally translates to "organization (soshiki) of justice administration (shihou) and police (keisatsu)". I simply don't know that word. It might be specialized legal language judging from the combination of the words or just the best possible translation in Japanese to bring across "the local equivalent of justice and police".

HTH

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Gonna merge this. Any further changes (either along the lines of @georgberky's or not), feel free to raise more PRs.

Thanks @atsushieno!

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SamirTalwar commented Dec 3, 2016

Gonna merge this. Any further changes (either along the lines of @georgberky's or not), feel free to raise more PRs.

Thanks @atsushieno!

@SamirTalwar SamirTalwar merged commit cd318e5 into SamirTalwar:master Dec 3, 2016

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Ahh, sorry I was taking slow action. Thanks @SamirTalwar , I hope it works, I had some people already reviewing at https://gist.github.com/atsushieno/b6fa985354b5583f027d10618f6d1438 so hopefully it's about right.

atsushieno commented Dec 4, 2016

Ahh, sorry I was taking slow action. Thanks @SamirTalwar , I hope it works, I had some people already reviewing at https://gist.github.com/atsushieno/b6fa985354b5583f027d10618f6d1438 so hopefully it's about right.

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I'm sure it is. I just like to have these things checked because, as I'm sure you've figured, I can't read a word of it myself. ;-)

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SamirTalwar commented Dec 4, 2016

I'm sure it is. I just like to have these things checked because, as I'm sure you've figured, I can't read a word of it myself. ;-)

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