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Congo / Goma

Some of what I'm saying applies to all Congo travel (visas, in particular) but some of this will only be for Goma and the east. Electric outlets, according to  https://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plug-voltage-by-country/ should be of Types C, D, and E, but we...

How to migrate or clone a repo on door43 to WACS

How to migrate or clone a repo on Door43 to WACS. Compare mirror and non-mirror options.

How to Create a New Release

This document is intended to provide a Content Release Structure checklist.  The goal is that each release is clearly identified in a consistent manner.  The versioning scheme used across the Door43 ecosystem is defined at https://unfoldingword.org/versioning/....

Installing MAST Apps on a tablet

Here is a video on how I install apps...not just any apps....but MAST specific apps on atablet.  I know....sounds exciting!  Well, actually it is.  The work that translators do on these tablets is life changing.  Along with the video, I have added tablet specs and an...

Suggest an Edit on DCS

Overview You may suggest an edit to someone else's work on the Door43 Content Service using the following procedure.  Keep in mind that most users will gladly receive suggestions using this process. The process described below is called the "fork and pull request"...

MAST boot

One of our new tools is technically software, but it's not a single software package, and it needs to be installed on hardware that is not part of the normal kit. We now have a bootable USB thumb drive image for use at MAST events. This drive boots to Linux...

How to Prepare a Translation Words Project for Publishing

This article is one in what may be a series of articles describing how to get GL projects ready to publish so that others can benefit from them. This article deals with Translation Words (tW) projects. A tW project consists of about 1000 files, each defining one term,...

Kenya Travel Visa

You can get a visa at the Nairobi airport for $50 US cash. Easy, few questions asked, but expect long lines. The East Africa tourist visa is good for three countries (Kenya + UG and RW) but costs a lot more. Either one becomes invalid once you leave the...

Kenya – Plastic Bag Ban

I just found out (as I'm to transit Kenya tomorrow) that Kenya has a plastic bag ban, penalizing the offender with jail time and huge fines. I can't find out if this applies to people transiting the airport, or only to people who clear immigration.

Austrialia travel

If passing through Australia, (even for a short time) don't forget to get your Australian visa. Chuck US citizens, and many others, can get an electronic visa from  https://www.eta.immi.gov.au/ETAS3/etas. It costs $20AUS and takes only a few seconds (if you have all...