Hi, now i find this fantastic map, but polish language is not actual or a lot of text not translated.
I can translate it, i have big experience with translate.

All help and icons and description and a lot of other things need translate.

My nick: odie2

Greetings, odie2

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Please just give your OSM login, you can be contacted via the mail functionality of the OSM user interface.

(11 Dec '12, 08:21) SimonPoole ♦

Already wrote my login on OSM - odie2

My e-mail: maciejka45@gmail.com

(11 Dec '12, 13:15) odie2

If you want to add place name translations to the map, I'd start by reading the beginner's guide. Not everything there will apply to you, but some will be relevant.

If you're looking to help with the translation of other things (editors, software, web site, etc.) then I'd start here.

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Also take a look at the localization paragraph of the name tag.

(12 Dec '12, 07:44) scai ♦
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