Now in Belorussian…

Minsk Central Train Station

As compliments to writers go, having your work translated into another language comes pretty high on the list. That said, I’m not sure I ever expected to see one of my code.flickr blog posts re-interpreted in Belorussian until this weekend when I was contacted by a translator by the name of Patricia Clausnitzer.

Patricia has provided a Belorussian rendering of my post (complete with pictures of paint tins and me in a stretcher) on a site called pc.de. So if you read Belorussian, you can now get the skinny on our “People in Photos” API methods in your native tongue.

And if you don’t speak Belorussian but want to code up an app that takes advantage of our people-annotating features, you can revisit the original post about the API methods here.

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About Simon Batistoni

Kay is a Community Manager for Flickr and passionate about extraordinary photography. As an editor on Flickr Blog he loves to showcase the beauty and diversity of Flickr in his posts. When he's not blogging or making Flickr more awesome (in front of and behind the scenes), you can find him taking pictures with his beloved Nikon and iPhone, listening to Hans Zimmer's music or playing board games. | On Flickr you can find him at https://flic.kr/quicksilver