Join the club, although I do have a degree in Computing through Irish - so
I'd imagine that counts for something :o)
That web-page is good, although there are a few terms, that although
"correct" would never be used in real-life, most Irish-speaking computing
ppl use the simplist forms, clar not feidhmchlar for example ...
> -----Original Message-----
>> On Fri, 11 Feb 2000, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> > BTW - if you learn your Irish from the technical Irish we put into Linux
> > nobody will understand what you're talking about! ;)
> > There are words I used in the translation I never came across before..
> yeah, and half my words were made up on the spot ;)
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