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You are very much welcomed to created an alternative language project here, but you are correct that since it's licenced already we will not allow an English version, which is usually a way to begin a new project here.
So to get around this ,you must first create an English project page, make sure you create to meet the standard as our other projects, you will not have to create a English registration page or link the chapters to anything, just make sure the English page mirrors what is on your alternative language project.
Then link your project to the English one, in the standard way, to see an example of this please see the Fate/Stay Visual novel project, which has no English content only the Russian & French alternative projects are active: http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/index.php?title=Fate/stay_night
Once you have met the standard requirements: http://www.baka-tsuki.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1822
Please contact me and i will approve it for protection and adding it to the navigation bar.
I hope this answer your question and i look forward to your reply and activities on the wiki.
Onizuka-GTO 10:21, 4 February 2012 (CST)
One additional section to the English index page would be sufficient, just add informations regarding the Chapter listed in the novel (Sveiki atvykę į N.H.K! – Takimoto Tacuhiko)and ISBN information (Informacija apie knygą), you do not have to link them to anything, just keep them as plain text.
I can certainly administrate the project, however i would advise that you try and find someone who can understand your alt. language to help supervise it, since i would not be able to help you on that matter.
The best form of advice, is to search other projects in your language and ask any active editors/translators if they can help you, if only to proof-read.
Regarding your wish to add alt. language scripts to other projects, in the same manner as the link to the Spanish Golden Time example, while it is unusual you can do that, but this is suggested to that particular project teams discretion, they may or may not like to have Alt. language scripts link like that. If they do not like it then you will have to create an entire alt. project page for them.
But since you have mentioned that you do not have time, my best advice is that you tag those alt. language scripts with a "Teaser" tag, then if those projects do not like to have an Alt. language scripts linked on their index page, then you can simply create one teaser index page for that project.
Please be aware, that a prologue script of a novel will not be valid to get a project approved, unless it is unusually long and in consistent and comparable to an average full chapter in nature. Therefore any abandon non-linked non-chapter size scripts will eventually be deleted from the wiki without notice or appeal, hence the "teaser" tag to protect your contribution. :)
I hope this answers your questions and i look forward to your next message which will allow me to approve your project.
Good luck and thank you for contributing your time to bring another Japanese Light Novel to the Lithuanian community!
Onizuka-GTO 22:26, 4 February 2012 (CST)