There is a detailed instruction on i3wm in Russian?

A long time wandering through different DE (xfce, kde, gnome, etc.). Eventually settled on xfce, and everything seems like. But I would like to try a ' tiling DE, and started with Manjaro i3. And faced with the fact that very little information on configuring this Manager in the Russian language.
Somewhere there is detailed information for work management and configuration i3wm?
April 19th 20 at 12:06
2 answers
April 19th 20 at 12:08
- the detailed instructions of course will be the official documentation(en)
- more specific for your distro Manjaro(based on Arch) can be viewed on archwiki en and EN, where the true Russian Doc it can sometimes to be aged and incomplete so compare it with English
- well, then pull the beard uncle Google, drive for example - "i3 settinga" and for greater relevance of the issue put a filter on the Russian language and set a limit last year, so for example, one of the first links is to Install and configure i3wm (description + video)
April 19th 20 at 12:10
"...in Russian." - Gus10 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:13
@Gus10, Google translate - birdie.Cronin commented on April 19th 20 at 12:16
@birdie.Cronin, it is possible to advise to learn English... - Gus10 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:19
@Gus10, why is there something complicated? It's not Shakespeare in the original to read. My English (which I taught here on this dock here) was enough to understand and configure i3. - melyssa commented on April 19th 20 at 12:22
@melyssa, it's not about complexity.
I asked a specific question: "is There detailed instructions on i3wm in Russian?".
I would like to get an answer like: "Is, here's the link here".
In English I found resources on the i3 (including https://i3wm.org/docs/), but I would like to see the same (or at least close to that) in Russian.
Or at least an article of some blogger on the initial setup and easy entry into this DE. - Gus10 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:25
@Gus10me for others too lazy to Google, and in the tabs there is no such. - melyssa commented on April 19th 20 at 12:28
@melyssa, well, I'm not asking for me to Google.
A question for those who already know such resources in the Russian language and who can give an answer.
And the answer like: https://i3wm.org/docs/, well it is))
Google if to drive i3wm first link will be https://i3wm.org.
I think I didn't?)) - Gus10 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:31
@Gus10, This is a hint that the documentation in Russian is merely a translation from the English, and likely not done by the author, as a volunteer, neviditelny and contain errors. - Aisha_Prosacco80 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:34
@Aisha_Prosacco80, well, it exists, this "documentation in Russian is merely a translation from the English, and likely not done by the author, as a volunteer, neviditelny and contain errors."?
The question is: does it exist at all in nature? Even with the mistakes, though not correct, sometimes, translation. Any. - Gus10 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:37
@Gus10, well, let's not. Then what? Stop using good software just because no one bothered to translate the manual?
I was thinking to write a tutorial on setting up, and then I thought: what for? Who wants to - will understand in the office. the manual. Without basic English in the Unix world in General have nothing to do. Even mana can't read. - melyssa commented on April 19th 20 at 12:40
Well, there is no way. Why razmusolivat? Why answer a question that does not give the answer?
"Then what?" - We'll see.
Refuse or not, that's my business.
The minimum level of English there, and even more. And manuals in English, readable.

Carefully read the question (bold, and then suddenly not visible): "There is a detailed instruction on i3wm in Russian?"
Possible answers:
1) Such is not present (in this case, you can remain silent and not to write anything useless);
2) Yes, here look: https://ru.bmstu.wiki/I3wm (this is the correct and useful answer). - Gus10 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:43
@Gus10,
Whether it is at all in nature?

Why? Especially if:
And manuals in English, readable.


Why you need a manual, which cannot be anything that is not in the English version?

Or not for yourself looking for? So tell me - looking for a man for the grandmother, which the original language is not fluent. - Aisha_Prosacco80 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:46
@Aisha_Prosacco80, nephew, 10 years old, on the isolation became interested in the Raspberry Pi. After playing it I decided to sort out in Linux. From here, a lot of questions about how and what and where. English he does not know me he chew that as a Yes, no time right now - work. For all distributions a lot of information in Russian, but i3wm minuscule. He liked it i3, and I have at the time, the hands never reach it. So I decided in my spare time to scratch i3, and documentation in Russian to his nephew, to find. - Gus10 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:49
@Gus10, Damn, well you could have just wrote Here :) just know very often nabuhaut lazy that the original language does not have, but certainly want in Russian and step by step... :) - Aisha_Prosacco80 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:52

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