On April 10th at 1:26pm ET, Evernote sent out the following via Twitter:
Evernote keeps adding new language support and language-related features: http://bit.ly/ajtFDs
Following the link, you come across the following line
If you would like to help translate Evernote into your language, then join our Translation Program »
Of course I want to join the Translation Program.
I'll gladly donate my time and skills to bring Evernote into Klingon.
Especially since they have a webOS app ;-)
I ended up on their Contact Us page.
While I don't have a copy of my initial message, it went something like this:
I would *love* to help translate Evernote into Klingon.I would especially love to for that translation to end up on the webOS app, but of course I'll translate more than just that.
I received this reply:
Again with the grammar. And the rejection.
So, this begs the question: How many is "a lot"?
(and did mentioning the webOS app hurt? They haven't released an update in a while. And we need one.)
When Sophos released their Klingon anti-virus last year, they had a lot of downloads.
(I've been unable to track down the exact number.)
I've released a few Klingon-themed webOS apps, and I would say that they have had a lot of downloads. (Klingon solitaire has 1630)
They already have the infrastructure set up for adding additional languages.
It's not like I'm asking them to take on a massive project.
So, let's let Evernote know that there are a lot of Klingons in the world!
Send Evernote a message letting them know that you want Klingon!
Once again, the Contact Us link.
And for those of you a little more bold, the support address that replied to me.
(And for reference, it's