On 03/07/2014 03:32 PM, Anivar Aravind wrote:
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 3:22 PM, Ankit Patel <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:about is, http://programs.icfoss.org/__wfm/about.html
On 03/07/2014 12:59 PM, Anivar Aravind wrote:
Thank you very much for the initiative. This is indeed going to be very
helpful for the FUEL Mobile module, as we had only one language (that is
Marathi) evaluated for FUEL Mobile. Btw, do you guys have any public
page where the details of this workshop is being provided? All I know
Since this is an invitation only workshop, There is no public page yet
for the program.
the page you have linked is a separate program, and we are conducting
both of them together on same dates .
Thanks for the clarification.
Please share some report at least end of the event, if not in the beginning.
FUEL Mobile malayalam community review workshop is planned on March
12th at Technopark Trivandrum.
FUEL Project follows Select -> Translate -> Evaluate model to review and
finalize the terminologies.
To 'review', 'translation' needs to be completed.
Yes, I am aware that translations are getting submitted on Zanata:
(~ 87% completed)
We have competed 4 versions of FUEL Mobile translations by various set
of people (and many of them are not PO files). we will evaluate them in
the workshop and submit to upstream . What is available upstream now is
by anish , using Zanata.
I see. If you could send me those 4 completed versions of FUEL Mobile
translations, I can archive them in FUEL Git repository (with author
information as SMC or you or whoever has translated those) even if they
are not in PO file format.
End of the event, the final evaluated FUEL Mobile Malayalam translations
can be placed in the SVN repository where we archive all evaluated
<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> <mailto:email@example.com@icfoss.in <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
The program is organised by ICFOSS, Swathanthra Malayalam Computing
If any one from FUEL community wants to participate in this program
please drop a mail to email@example.com
Both of the above statements contradict!
Please explain . I cant understand your point
The point here is, how can Fuelproject be an organizer (or one of the
organizers) where the members of Fuelproject itself are not well aware
of the event? More importantly, what's Fuelproject doing here in terms
of organizing this event?