sebastian.garde at oceaninformatics.com
Fri Mar 13 11:34:06 EDT 2015
Having been in that position as a translator a couple of times, I think
we put all our names in the field at that time.
This of course isn't ideal if you have two or more translators that
share the work equally.
However, it is the same with the original_author field - no real-world
archetype has very been created by one person only.
Therefore, we have introdued the idea of other_contributors already
where editors, reviewers etc. are given credit.
This is where potentially other translators could be added as well, e.g.
if there is a prime/lead translator and several who check the translation.
BTW, for this checking translations, there is also the possibility to
conduct translation reviews in CKM (ideally after the content has been
published or it will be too burdensome I believe).
On 13.03.2015 16:06, Bakke, Silje Ljosland wrote:
> At the Norwegian CKM http://arketyper.no, we’ve been doing quite
> extensive translation of international (English language) archetypes
> into Norwegian. During this process, we’re finding more and more
> translation isn’t a one-person job, but usually there’s a primary
> translator and one or more secondary translators. As of now there
> seems to be only one field in which to put translator information, so
> to attribute more than one person as the archetype translator, we need
> to put more than one name, organisation, etc into the same fields.
> This sort of works, but it’s not exactly elegant. Is there a better
> way to do this, either right now or in the works?
> Kind regards,
> *Silje Ljosland Bakke*
> Special Adviser, RN
> R&D dept, E-health section, Bergen Hospital Trust
> Coordinator, National Editorial Board for Archetypes, National ICT Norway
> Tel. +47 40203298
> Web: http://arketyper.no <http://arketyper.no/>/ Twitter:
> @arketyper_no <https://twitter.com/arketyper_no>
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*Dr. Sebastian Garde*
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