I would like to remind you about a thing regarding the redhat-menus
package that you may not have noticed.
Let's look at the list of translations on CVS, in redhat-menus/po:
ar bn ca cs cy da de el es et fa fi fr hi hr hu is it ja ko ms nl no pa
pl pt_BR pt ro ru sk sl sv ta tr uk vi zh_CN zh_TW zu
Yes, that's 39 files, and all but two of them are 100% translated.
Now let's look at the list of translations listed in
redhat-menus/configure.in, ie. the translations that are actually
packaged into the redhat-menus package:
ALL_LINGUAS="cs cy da de el es fr is it ja ko ms nl no pt_BR pt ru sv tr
That's 21 files.
So. This means that there are 18 languages that are not included in the
final package. My translation, fi, has been in the CVS since June 2003.
I don't know for how long have the other missing ones been in there.
Napísané dňa 25.03.2004 06:58, (autor: Allan Sims):
> After "cvs co translate" I tried to commit and I got such answer:
> [allans@localhost authconfig]$ cvs commit -m "100%" et.po
> Enter passphrase for key '/home/allans/.ssh/id_dsa':
> cvs server: Up-to-date check failed for `et.po'
> cvs [server aborted]: correct above errors first!
> Does anyone know how do I can fix it?
Please run `cvs status et.po` and then read:
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can anybody point to me what each output message from
�cvs -z9� means ?
i am particulary interested in what �?
<package>/<ll>.po� means ? (ex. �?
redhat-condig-users/ro.po� means what to me, talking
into consideration that i modified the ro.po file ?)
i took a brief look at the cvs manual and did not find
any section on output messages. does it have one ?
does anybody know where it is ?
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I would like to know, what we must to translate to Polish, to make the
Polish language available minimum for the installation process in Fedora
Core 2, of course anaconda, but what else? I will do my best to
translate more then only installation, but the Translation deadline is a
Please, advise my a little bit about this dates:
9 April Translation deadline (data provided)
test3 devel freeze
- this means, to this time we can do changes in translations?
19 April test3, translation build freeze (builds completed)
- after Translation deadline and to this time, we can add only some
fixes to translations? Let me know! :-)
I noticed a difference in the naming of modules between the statuspage and
the CVS repository.
It is not very difficult to find out how the modulenames are related, but
wouldn't it make sense to use exactly the same names on the statuspage as in
There has been a bug with tcsh and the writing of non-latin1 scripts for
some time now.
proposes a fix which probably fixes the issue.
Could you please test it out so that the change takes place?
It will be good to get this one out as it was first mentioned back in RH
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I'm happy to announce that I have checked in the Arabic translation of the
past ~10 days.
Arabic status is now around 8% :-)) Maybe 11 more weeks and we can get 100%
Youcef R. Rahal
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I look at mail archive and found this ...
> Hi There ..
> Is there any indonesian translator in this list?
> Erwien Samantha
Erwien .. are you still here ?
or any other indonesian translator, respond please ...
[ dheche ]
Yes, we can request to create a new mailing list for Macedonian
language. Thanks again for your efforts!
Sarah: Would you please make a request for this?
Arangel Angov wrote:
> Ben Wu wrote:
>> Please subscribe to the language group that you are going to
> Hi there Ben,
> Thanks for the short explenation, I think I can manage CVS. But
> there's something else I wanted to ask. It seems that im the first
> person to register an account for localization of Fedora in macedonian
> language. So does this mean that you ll make a new mailing list for
> Anyway there are a few more interested people in our LUG so I ll tell
> them to make accounts also and get this thing started.
> Thanks in advance.