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Postby Zzyzx » Thu Aug 23, 2007 6:58 am

Since others started threads in different languages (German, Italian and Spanish), I wanted to see how many Polish members we have on SummitPost. I know there are quite a few, so I wanted to see who they are and have an opportunity to post in Polish.
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Postby jck » Thu Aug 23, 2007 9:19 am

Swietny pomysl....w koncu nie bede musial wysilac swojego kiepskiego angielskiego.

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Postby brade » Thu Aug 23, 2007 10:04 am

moj jest gorszy izi :oops:
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Postby jck » Thu Aug 23, 2007 10:08 am

Mam nadzieje, ze reszta Polakow tez sie zorientuje...
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Postby Tomek Lodowy » Thu Aug 23, 2007 10:24 am

Bardzo dobry pomysl, jak i ten z planem spotkania sie w Tatrach grona z Europy Srodkowej, ktore tu bywa i cokolwiek się udziela. Aktualnie jestem troche poza obiegiem, zycie...

Pozdrawiam Wszystkich

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Postby badyl » Thu Aug 23, 2007 10:59 am

ja sie zorientowalem bo mi Jacek napisal o tym wlasnie, na forum raczej nie bywalem do tej pory...
pozdro z plazy w Sopocie;]
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Postby jck » Thu Aug 23, 2007 11:06 am

Zatem gratulujemy dziewiczego postu na forum :D

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Postby dadndave » Thu Aug 23, 2007 12:07 pm

I'm not Polish and I don't speak a word of the language.

I'm only posting here because I just received an old book (1956) called "Na Szczytach Tatr" I can't understand a word of it except it's obviously about the Tatra Mountains. Lots of black and white photos of the scenery and climbers using the equipment of the day. Looks like they used a lot of home-made gear in those days - etriers, chest harnesses made from rope etc.

Not sure what to do with it. It may be of historical interest. Maybe I should scan a couple of the photos. Anyone interested in translating the captions into english?
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Postby jck » Thu Aug 23, 2007 12:17 pm

Is that the one written by Kazimiesz Saysse- Tobiczyk? He wrote several books of that series- that some kind of encyclopedia of Polish mountaineering.
If it's not forbidden by law so you may scan the photos and put it on SP I may do the translation- no problem.

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Postby dadndave » Thu Aug 23, 2007 1:20 pm

Hi jacek.

Yes that is the author.

I have no idea what the copyright on this book is. There is nothing at the front of the book that looks like copyright warnings, but there is something at the back that looks like it could be....

Can you tell me what this means please:

Wydawnictwo Sport I Turista Warszawa 1956
Naklad 58.205 egz Ark. wyd.31. Ark druk. 28,5 (61x86/8 )
Papier rotogr. kl. III, 120g. Oddano do skladania 5. IV. 1956.
Podpisano do druku w listopadzie 1956. Druk ukonczono
w styczniu 1957. Zam 1201

Zaklady Graficzne im. Marcina Kasprzaka w Poznaniu K-7-3580

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Postby badyl » Thu Aug 23, 2007 1:36 pm

dadndave wrote:

Can you tell me what this means please:

Wydawnictwo Sport I Turista Warszawa 1956
Naklad 58.205 egz Ark. wyd.31. Ark druk. 28,5 (61x86/8 )
Papier rotogr. kl. III, 120g. Oddano do skladania 5. IV. 1956.
Podpisano do druku w listopadzie 1956. Druk ukonczono
w styczniu 1957. Zam 1201

Zaklady Graficzne im. Marcina Kasprzaka w Poznaniu K-7-3580



its all about publishing of the book, dates, places, edition, paper
nothing about copywrights
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Postby jck » Thu Aug 23, 2007 1:43 pm

Publishing House 'Sport i Turystyka'
Issue: 58205 specimen, publication # 31, paper size (...)
Paper (details, weight- not important).

And then: dates: when put to print, when the printing was finished and so on...

The last sentnce: Graphical Institution named in honour of (I don't know how to say it English) Marcin Kasprzak in Poznan.

Copyrights in Polish: Wszelkie prawa zastrzezone.

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Postby Zzyzx » Fri Aug 24, 2007 2:28 am

No to fajnie, miejmy nadzieje, ze sie to rozkreci. Wiem, ze jest tu tez kilku Polakow mieszkajacych w Stanach i w Kanadzie.
Nigdy nie mialem okazji wspinac sie w Polsce (zainteresowalem sie gorami dopiero po wyjezdzie do Kalifornii), ale chcialbym sie kiedys wybrac w Tatry, no i oczywiscie w Alpy.
Pozdrawiam, Krzysiek.

Hey Dad, welcome to the Polish forum. Good to have you here ;) Looks like there are quite a few people here to help with translating the captions. Would love to see those old photos.
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Postby dadndave » Fri Aug 24, 2007 2:50 am

G'day Kris,

I'll be happy to contribute some of the photos for the enjoyment of you blokes on the Polish team. I'll start scanning when I get back to my office.

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Postby jck » Fri Aug 24, 2007 7:04 am

Fajnie Krzysiu. Zapraszamy do Polski, zapraszamy. Jak Ty przyjedziesz to wtedy napewno zlot zrobimy :D

Ok, Dave. We're waiting.

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