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There have been recently a very astounding work realised on Fedora's Arabic
translation (70% translated since March 12th, 35% translated the past week
!). Arabic is now ranked before many languages supported in FC2 . And it's
actually very possible that before May 7th, a percentage of 95% (or even
more) would be attained.
Is it still realistic to ask for the inclusion of Arabic in FC2 ? If so, how
and when this could be done (procedure to follow) ? I've already submitted a
bug report about it in parallel .
Is there any possibility to include translations until May 7th too ? (In case
we reach 100% for example ? :-)
An inclusion in FC2 would be really nice and motivating for the people who
participated in this huge effort .
Thank you in advance,
Youcef R. Rahal
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I've done recently translation of several packages to Polish. Usually all
messages. After using msgfmt and installing .mo files on my Fedora Core 1
distribution I have found that some messages are showing up not translated,
even if they were traslated in .po file. For example in redhat-config-mouse,
the help screen is displayed in English, instead of Polish.
I have done translation using emacs, by editing a copy of .pot file. There
were no error messages during generation of .mo file. Can somebody tell me
what possibly is wrong?