February 15, 2006 09:54 AM
伝説メンバー / Densetsu / Legendary Member
Well, this thread will keep you guys notified of all the changes we make here and you can comment if you want.
You guys are already well aware of our awesome Translators Central forum right? And the 'Meet the Translators' subforum that lets you talk to all our awesome translators here? It's one of our oldest features.
Well, originally it also included scanlators and scanlation groups, but due to all the GREAT scanlators and scanlation groups we have here now, and possibly more to come in the future, we've added a sister subforum, one reserved just for them, the Meet the Scanlators subforum.
Eagle of Japflap has already started a thread there, too! Be sure to stop by and show them your appreciation for the amazing work they've done, and you can also ask Eagle any questions that you want. All the other scanlation groups and scanlators we have here are welcome to start their own threads there as well.
EDIT: Zarosaki has also started their own thread as well. Check it out!
In other news, we've made a new forum in the Misc Manga forum as well - one designed for shoujo titles! Miso, our lovely shoujo expert, will be moderating that forum for us. Check it out at the Shoujo Manga forum!
We've also created an One Piece Drafts forum due to having an experienced One Piece translator from StrawHats agree to come here for us to help us out, be sure to be on the lookout for neat One Piece translations to come at the HimizujinEternia Translations subforum! You can also get to know him at his Ask Me thread in Translator Central.
We also now have a General World News discussion forum if you want to talk about global or local events with other members here.
That's all for now folks. Have fun!
April 07, 2006 01:55 PM
英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member
Re: Forum Additions
Today we have reorganized the International Drafts.
Here is now the place to look for all translations of other languages than English for various mangas: Naruto, Bleach, One Piece and more.
Our most active international translators were given own childboards.
Take a look there and give a thanks to all the hard workers there!