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October 22, 2012

Well, I want you to know, Charles, how much we appreciate your writing in the ASL Wikipedia, and thanks to all those who have written articles there - 

We always welcome more articles...

For those who would like to write articles:

1. Go to the English Wikipedia and choose an article you want to translate into ASL...
http://en.wikipedia.org

2. Then open the ASL Encyclopedia Puddle and write your ASL article there...
http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle2.0/index.php?ui=1&sgn=21

3. Then tell Adam Frost your article is ready to be posted, and Adam will post it in the ASL Wikipedia -
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Thanks again, Charles. I am enjoying reading about Helen, Georgia!

Val ;-)

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On Oct 22, 2012, at 6:51 AM, Charles Butler wrote:

> It is fun to do. It's not an exact translation, it's more historical and going through the highlights that a tourist would look for, everything from German dances to Oktoberfest to balloon races and picnics. They specifically mention local state parks that are wheelchair accessible. It's a challenge. 
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> Charles Butler
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> Clear writing moves business forward.
> From: Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 9:38 AM
> Subject: ASL Wikipedia…Article on Helen, Georgia expanded
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> SignWriting List
> October 22, 2012
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> THANK YOU, Charles, for continuing to translate the article on the city of Helen, Georgia, for the ASL Wikipedia!
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> The ASL article is getting longer and longer, and you are close to completing the entire ASL translation of the English article in the English Wikipedia -
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> Wow - that is a big job!
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> Everyone - take a look. Scroll down on this web page to see the length of the article - Charles has done a lot of work!
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> City of Helen, Georgia
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/Helen,_Georgia
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