Thanks for initiating this.
Here are the five terminologies we have, you can translate those
terminologies at your l10n sprint.
You download those files. Then download "localize" application to translate
those files locally. You may do it without this application, by filling
msgstr "" -- your translation should be under inverted comma.
Other than that you may create Nepali style guide. Here is an example
Here is one guide which may help you to contribute in FUEL beyond
terminology translation and style guide creation.
Let me know if you need any more help.
On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 9:35 PM, Nootan Ghimire <nootan.ghimire(a)gmail.com>
Adding Avash dai to loop,
Also: Please subscribe to the mailing list :)
On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 9:44 PM, Nootan Ghimire <nootan.ghimire(a)gmail.com>
> Adding Subir dai to the loop,
> On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 9:37 PM, Surit Aryal <surit.killer(a)gmail.com>
>> Hi everyone,
>> Few weeks ago a team from Nepal went to Chennai for a fuel conference
>> and from there we got this idea to start fuel in Nepal. We talked to Rajesh
>> Ranjan and other contributors (like Biraj) from India and we are really
>> fueled up.
>> So as a initiation we want to start by doing a small meeting plus a
>> localization sprint. We would require some guide and help from you.
>> Hoping to hear from you soon.
>> With Regards
>> Surit Aryal
>> Mozilla Nepal Representative
>> Open Source Enthusiast
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