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Sleeper
May 15 2016 19:52

English is a wonderful language, yes it can be complex, and full of nuance, but that is its beauty.

Personally I believe that ensuring all who want to and need to understand the language should be able to. That includes indigenous people who find themselves not able to read or write in English. I was involved in adult literacy for many years and know just how important and liberating it is for a working class person to finally be able to use their language in ways others just take for granted.

Reddebrek
May 15 2016 20:09

Well that doesn't actually have anything to with what I've said or the topic at hand, indeed you seem to have ignored all the bits that contradict your earlier claims, and is really chauvinistic but thanks for sharing I guess?

Oh and by the way the Welsh only speakers have no interest in speaking you language or any other than Welsh*. And what exactly do mean by "their language" there is no such thing as a workers language just like how the workers of the world have no country. And "their language" in the usual nationalist sense would be the Welsh the language they've already mastered. Do you realise you've just advocated English oppression of a national minority?

*Actually, I remember hearing a few were interested in learning Gaelic, and other Celtic languages.

Sleeper
May 15 2016 20:39

The only thing I've actively advocated on here is adult literacy, literacy for all. Meanwhile you're ranting on about the welsh. If anyone is having difficulty reading this website I suggest they are helped to learn English as that is the language it presents in the first instance.

Google translate for anyone who needs basic translation (even welsh) - https://translate.google.com/

Reddebrek wrote:
Well that doesn't actually have anything to with what I've said or the topic at hand, indeed you seem to have ignored all the bits that contradict your earlier claims, and is really chauvinistic but thanks for sharing I guess?

Oh and by the way the Welsh only speakers have no interest in speaking you language or any other than Welsh*. And what exactly do mean by "their language" there is no such thing as a workers language just like how the workers of the world have no country. And "their language" in the usual nationalist sense would be the Welsh the language they've already mastered. Do you realise you've just advocated English oppression of a national minority?

*Actually, I remember hearing a few were interested in learning Gaelic, and other Celtic languages.

Steven.
May 15 2016 20:54
Reddebrek wrote:
I've found a few Esperanta tekstoj on Anarchist history that are in the English library, and a couple of historical sketches of Esperanto Workers associations.

I've also started translating poorly a few short articles so I'd appreciate having a place to upload them when I've improved.

that would be great, thanks! Just post them to the library with the tag "Esperanto" (if that is how you say Esperanto in Esperanto at least…). Then drop me a line and I will change the tag to a language.

admin: Further off topic discussion on this thread, about whether Esperanto is a good idea or not will be deleted. If you want to start a thread about it, please do.

Reddebrek
May 15 2016 21:25

Good, well officially Esperanto means one who hopes and was a pseudonym of Zamenhoff, and the words for the Esperanto language is la esperanta, but most Esperantistoj use Esperanto as the common label, and EO to denote Esperanto language texts..

Reddebrek
May 15 2016 22:07
OliverTwister
May 16 2016 01:27

Thanks for putting these up Reddebrek! Dankon!

Reddebrek
May 16 2016 21:31

Nedankinde Oliver, mi havas pli tesktoj kaj Serge donis al min multaj retpaĝoj en la temo de la klasmilita.

Se vi ankaŭ havas aliaj tetskoj tiam bonvolu partopreni.

Majid00
Dec 9 2016 03:01

Hi admins

I would like to post an article. I need your authorization.

Majid

Lugius
Dec 10 2016 22:35

ASF website in Arabic: http://asf-iwa.org.au/ar/

ASF website in Bahasa: http://asf-iwa.org.au/id/

ASF webite in Espanol: http://asf-iwa.org.au/es/

akmshihab
Mar 22 2018 14:19

Dear comrade,
s(A)lute from Bangladesh Anarchist Network-BAN! I took initiative to translate some important & useful articles in bengali language for Bangladeshi and Indian bengali readers. so I humbly requested you to open please a bangla language section in libcom.org
regards
akm shihab
email: advocateakmshihab@gmail.com
Bangladesh

Mike Harman
Mar 22 2018 14:32

Thanks!

You should have permission to post articles now - go to https://libcom.org/node/add/library to add things.

You can add a tag for 'Bengali' (both in English and Bengali) to collect the articles together.

akmshihab
Mar 23 2018 05:59

please put বাংলা NOT বাঙালি

or
in English: "Bengali Section" at Other language please
thanking for cooperation
in Solidarity
Abukishwar Mirza Shihab is my Fb ID

Mike Harman
Mar 23 2018 10:52

Sorry about that I've fixed the tag to বাংলা - will add it to the list here.

R Totale
Nov 8 2018 22:08

Just to mention that when I tried posting a Spanish-language article, I tagged it with "Español", thinking that the tag would go here, but instead it goes to http://libcom.org/tags/espa-ol. I've tried removing the tag and replacing it with "espanol", but it now seems to replace the accented n automatically - any ideas about how to fix it?

jef costello
Nov 9 2018 20:59
R Totale wrote:
Just to mention that when I tried posting a Spanish-language article, I tagged it with "Español", thinking that the tag would go here, but instead it goes to http://libcom.org/tags/espa-ol. I've tried removing the tag and replacing it with "espanol", but it now seems to replace the accented n automatically - any ideas about how to fix it?

The tag is showing as "Español", and linking to the tag http://libcom.org/tags/espanol,

I looked at the revision history, and no-one has approved it, so it has changed because you changed it. It might be an issue with refreshing your browser or something like that? Or perhaps you had it open in more than one window and kept going back to the tab with the unchanged page by mistake (yes, I have done that smile )