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|Thank you from Blockly!||0||00:51, 23 October 2013|
THANK YOU for your work translating Blockly into Danish. The translated puzzle and maze have been up for a long time (I'm way overdue in thanking you), and we hope to have all of Blockly available in Danish someday. (With your experience as a programming teacher, you'd be a great person to work on the core language translation if you have time.)
We've added you to our list of contributors. Please let us know if you prefer to be credited in a different way.
P.S. I had a wonderful visit to Copenhagen when I was a child. I hope to take my daughter there someday.