-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 On 2016-08-22 02:47, nishiwak...@gmail.com wrote: > I would love as well to be able to host a website to share my interest for > Qubes OS with the world, or at least with people of my country sharing my > own language if you don't mind, because Qubes OS documentation looks like > imo being written mostly by native english users that don't seem to care > much for non-native english users being lost.
On the contrary, we care greatly about translating the documentation into other languages. We're working with Transifex right now to have the documentation translated: https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/1452 > I would this way really like to participate to some translation effort, as > I don't necessarily think you can enter easily those quite complicated > notions with your non-native language. We welcome your participation! Michael (CCed) is the main contact with Transifex. He may have a better idea about how members of the Qubes community like yourself can get involved. > Qubes documentation being largely a volonteer effort doesn't make it > immune to the critics, I didn't mean to suggest that it's immune to criticism. On the contrary, constructive criticism is always welcome. However, you said, "I don't get why documentation don't address..." I was simply explaining why. The documentation is lacking such things because no one has contributed them. > and mine is that people spending this valuable time to share their > knowledge to make people enter quite long and complicated procedures should > consider that : 1) Explaining how to do port forwarding without adressing > or refering to basic knowledge upon this concept leads to frustration, as > you necessarily need to understand a bit what's going on in order to adapt > the procedures. 2) Even if I think people mostly appreciate and are > thankful to the Qubes community developpment for the incredible security > improvement Qubes OS brings to everyone and that makes Qubes OS probably > the best OS I know so far, when security isolation somehow puts you in cage > where you encounter difficulties to communicate with rest of the world, > well that's not the goal per se :p > I think it's fair to beseech documentation contributors to consider these things. But, in the end, it's up to them what knowledge (if any) they will contribute. > But no problem, thank you for your help. I hope someone might give me some > advices on this problem, but I am already trying to learn on iptables, as > it looks like you can't unblock ports using only Qubes firewall, you have > to understand these iptables scripts ^^ > - -- Andrew David Wong (Axon) Community Manager, Qubes OS https://www.qubes-os.org -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJXux2fAAoJENtN07w5UDAw4wUP/j0uDCgbx80Cm714mi6vDB/Z 8NBXlMLV6hzA8HtVW3Z2Rfo7pY/Fe8uQLskJ+h8SluWDw2srUHXSsv2ETIBsUzC9 0m9HaSLJU+UxO7Vc8VFi2FTiUlFKxhBnhFYWGwSqir0QI+OZP6Mx1id/MgtvGkYk TDWtljt7hvgjR6hnX1GqU6u0Bg3O1KZHSNhcC98RQZjy9LWOgIkAPKWpK98FheYi N5QMRTJwfrUEFIEumCf6xzG3jiolJlmGEPkKDfk9+GaKxd0koHbENMWqfvlz2Zbo pq9gBzkW44K88pcWpS4CLkvonMDdXienRWzy7ut5kQsEfNuw4MVGMkqy9YUGkhlJ 9mbZx8AB1yPs0LRdQpCk9noh4g4QWr9XREHQC2+FgazYQD1P4rcZDXt8r0JJdH2W E5GJbqWWwQj+Rn0VbI4TbuXZJlw8gOeiUXRSKu821EhXu37dtiNI+XKszx8iPfXA 9EbAd9O4hulVq3866eWX86Sc/MKnNE/Frw0M8ObHvvXnweI2VwUNMeZCJ2VKO5KG vWQkTi83YAkHqvk8YOFCV7+oOQAyGymHZzjCUWvOWvDjBX/wtSgcmEt3rMq8MklX G3ZFzGdkC2h2VeEqwojhMNZ1UWHNvwv+KV6ySJf5p3ZrGqZKO6olIlbZZNnT2HDe OW2eq0Sr3P3Qtdn9iXao =6qZC -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/4a7efd74-de1c-d72a-a345-f5c39f32d5d3%40qubes-os.org. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.