As noted on:
Yesterday was the string freeze. We hope that we can keep to it
as best as possible, *however*, there's going to be one exception
that I know of.
As anyone who has looked at it knows, specspo is rather out of date;
rather than do the usual piecemeal incomplete updates, we're looking
at ways to reorganize the process so it actually works.
This means that either:
a) specspo won't change at all, and we might dump it for FC3
b) specspo will change, possibly significantly, at a later date
I know this is *not* a good solution for i18n/l10n, but I figured any
heads up is better than none.
Is there an existing template or draft of the upcoming Translation Guide?
======= 2004-08-31 10:11:59 Quote from your mail =======
>There are quite a few PO file editors around. I'm assuming you are using
>poEdit. Would you like to write a simple tutorial on how to install and
>use this tool? I can include it in the upcoming Translation Guide :)
>On Tue, 2004-08-31 at 11:44, hutuworm wrote:
>> Sarah Wang,
>> In additional, Alan Cox introduced poEdit, it's the best tool I've found for dealing with
>> the PO format files. http://poedit.sourceforge.net/
>> You may want to post a link at http://fedora.redhat.com/projects/translations/ ?
>> ======= 2004-08-31 08:16:40 Quote from your mail =======
>> >I have put the first draft of Fedora Translation Project FAQ on the
>> >If you've got other Q&A, feel free to email me.
>> >Fedora-trans-list mailing list
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Japanese community have had a request for Translation Guide which is
how-to and tips for kbabel's dictionary feature. This could go into
software translation tool?
Adding to this, I can think of the addition to FAQ how to solve
confliction with kbabel's dictionary feature either msgfmt.
Tadashi Jokagi wrote:
> とんちんかんなことを言ってるかもしれませんが，kbabel の辞書の通
> Language-Team: ここ何処にするべき?
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