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Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions adopted within the Django community and would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project will fully take advantage of the git repository system which allows unrestricted access to the code-base with little risk of corrupting the repository.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions adopted within of the Django community and would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project will fully take advantage of the git repository system which allows unrestricted access to the code-base with little risk of corrupting the repository.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project will fully take advantage of the git repository system which allows unrestricted access to the code-base with little risk of corrupting the repository.repo.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project will fully take advantage of the git repository system which allows unrestricted access is highly open to the code-base with little risk of corrupting the repo.contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons.reasons to start my own project.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).library) and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes.

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library) and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes.purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

Finally, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on OSQA project for the first month and a half of it's existence). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management and principles adopted at OSQA.

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

Finally, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on OSQA project for the first month and a half of it's existence). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management management, design and principles adopted at OSQA.

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly Secondly, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on OSQA project for the first month and a half of it's existence). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA.

Finally - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

Finally, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on OSQA project for the first month and a half of it's existence). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA.

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on OSQA project for the first month and a half of it's existence). OSQA). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA.

Finally - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new technologies (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on OSQA project for the first month and a half of OSQA). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA.

Finally - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new technologies things (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on OSQA project for the first month and a half of OSQA). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA.OSQA. Let's call it impedance mismatch :).

Finally - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new things (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own project.

Secondly, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself worked on helped the OSQA project for the first month and a half of OSQA). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA. Let's call it impedance mismatch :).

Finally - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new things (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own own this project.

Secondly, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself helped the OSQA project for the first month and a half of OSQA). Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA. Let's call it impedance mismatch :).

Finally - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new things (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.

Well, I have put a lot of effort (about eight months of my free time) into making the original work of Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (CNPROG) available to everyone by translating the user interface to English, fixing numerous issues and adding new features. So I feel of this work as kind of an adopted baby - that's one of the reasons to start my own this project.

Secondly, this is true that technically askbot is a fork of OSQA project (even though OSQA originated from my own work and I have myself helped the OSQA project for the first month and a half of OSQA). OSQA and some inner features of OSQA have migrated into askbot. Why did I split off? - I did not like certain aspects of project management, design and principles adopted at OSQA. Let's call it impedance mismatch :).

Finally - I want this project to be developed in the best traditions of the Django community and give back the features developed for askbot that can be re-used for wider purposes. Also, at askbot I would like to test new things (notably closure javascript library).

I hope that you might like working on askbot too as this project is highly open to contributors.