Contributors of the Spanish Translations Project
The Spanish Translations Project is an idea that underwent several months of extensive planning. There were many tight ends that needed to be loosened before launching the project, and without the help of a select few individuals, the project would not be where it is today. A warm thank you goes out to all of of the people who put forth their time and effort toward releasing this project into the public realm with extraordinary success.
Heads of the Project
These two individuals were the ones responsible for coming up with the idea of translating English DPP information into Spanish. Together, they organized all aspects of the Spanish Translations project to ensure that it ran smoothly. Both of these individuals put forth countless hours towards translating, HTMLing, and uploading the majority of the content that is currently located here.
RockinX has an excellent command of both the English and Spanish languages, making him a very welcome addition to the Spanish Translations team. With an eager mind, he helped to translate a good portion of this project's on-site content. He worked at an astonishingly fast and effective pace, making him an integral part of this project's success.
These fantastic four supported this project's initiation from start to finish. Each of these individuals worked extremely hard to kick-start the project and were readily available whenever a problem arose. They all participated in discussions pertaining to the project, and at the end of the day, their ideas proved to be very beneficial in the long run. All in all, these users were a fundamental part of this team.
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A special mention goes out to these two users for providing expert SCMS help whenever an issue reared its ugly head.