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News   News : Amiga Future search editors and translators
   posted by AndreasM on 10-Mar-2021 15:00:48 (549 reads)
We are looking for additional editorial assistance for our Amiga Future magazine.

Specifically we are looking for an editor with sufficient (lots and lots of) experience using an Amiga.

Interested? Then get in touch with the Amiga Future editorial staff.

However, you should ensure you own the following:

- An Amiga :)
- Fundamental knowledge of the Amiga
- Very good spelling in your native language (German or English!)
- Experience at writing test report(s)
- And of course, spare time and lots of interest in Amigas :)

We are also looking for translators for the magazine. Requirements are:

Translation of German -> English; also you should;

1. speak your native language (English) very well and submit correct spelling and grammar in written article(s).
2. have a good understanding of the German/Deutsch language as well.
3. be able to understand what you are actually translating.

So there is a definite need for basic, and sometimes technical, knowledge of the Amiga required in many cases.

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de








    

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Re: Amiga Future search editors and translators
Posted on 18-Mar-2021 15:03:18
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We could help with some of the English stuff if you like.


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