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We are very excited to announce that the latest ProZ.com translation contest, “The Tides of Tech” has made it to its finals phase, and you can vote for your favorite translations until December 6th.
Thank you, once again, to the over 500 participants in 64 language pairs who submitted their entries! And thanks, of course, to the raters and voters for your participation. 44 language pairs remain in the competition, and 20 language pairs have been moved into the feedback phase, as the amount of entries or rates was not enough to select finalists.
If you work in any of the pairs in finals below, take a break from your work, read these amazing translations, and choose your favorite translation among the finalists. You can vote for the best, decide on second and third places, and give your feedback!
You can rate as many or as few entries as you like. It is not necessary to rate all of the entries in a pair if you do not want to.
Rating is anonymous. As opposed to tagging (likes and dislikes on an entry), raters are anonymous.
Ratings are what help determine finalists. Tags ("likes" and "dislikes") can be helpful feedback on an entry, but the ratings on entries for "Quality of writing" and "Accuracy of translation" are what determine finalists.
Participants with an entry can rate entries, too. Experience has shown that this does not negatively affect the outcome, and participants are also in a unique position to provide feedback on entries, since they have worked on the same text and are familiar with the challenges involved.
Every rating helps. Even if you only rate a few entries, every little bit helps to determine finalists and is valuable feedback for those have submitted an entry.