My name is Andriy Padiy I am originally from Chernihiv (Chernigov,
Chernigiv) Ukraine. Recently i graduated from University of Sunderland, UK
and curently live and work in London. I am employed as an IT support officer
in St Marys Uiverisity College, Twickenham. In addition I maintian an
e-commerce webiste on the side.
I came accross Fedora in University when I was doing my project. Beforehand
i was only familiar with Red Hat.
I used Fedora as a web and fileshare server and fell in love with it:))).
I have registered myself as an ambassador to Ukriane/Chernigiv and at the
moment spreading the word about Fedora using equivalent of Facebook in
Ukraine (vKontakte http://vkontakte.ru/club4453181) where I translated
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing/TalkingPoints page in to Ukrainian
and have also set up short FAQ and HOW TO pages.
I would like to contribute to Fedora Project as a translator. I would also
like to make the main http://fedoraproject.org/ page available in Ukrainian.
and translate Installation Instructions or any other documentation.
I have never worked on any translation project before however I feel very
enthusiastic about it and confident about my abilities.
I am a recent Business Computing graduate with PHP/MySQL and basic C
experience. I currently hold CCNA certificate and fluent with HTML Js and
If anyone needs any help please do not hesitate to contact me.
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I have been watching the Fedora 10 (Cambridge) schedule since it was put
up on the wiki page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Schedule
It's third time the Translation deadline has changed. The new
translation deadline for those who are not aware is, 21st October
(Plenty of time) now. :-)
So, the question I have here is, do we participate in deciding the
translation freeze date?
If yes, please do communicate to the group about the dates.
Thanks a lot!
For anyone who have tried submitting translations through transifex for CVS
repositories over the last few weeks, you would have got an error message.
This issue is now fixed, so please go ahead and (re)submit translations.
If you ever get an error submitting through transifex, it is important that
you notify the administrators about the issue as early as possible. Please
describe which module and branch you are trying to submit, as well as the
error message you are seeing. Send an email to this list, and also submit a
ticket using the infrastructure ticketing system:
Kudos to developers for using ngettext, but there is a slightly
complicated example in anaconda:
msgid_plural "%d of %d optional packages selected"
For Serbian (and other Slavic languages I presume), the resulting
localized version will depend on both numbers, not just the first.
I would like to file a BZ request for this to be broken up in two
parts and used recursively, as in:
msgid_plural "%d optional packages"
#. TRANSLATORS: %s is substituted by the string above
msgid_plural "%d of %s selected"
Before I do so, just wanted to check this fits ok with other
languages? Can't see a problem so far...
On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 11:19 AM, Asgeir Frimannsson <asgeirf(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 7:45 PM, Tim Waugh <twaugh(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> Is Transifex using something else to pull branch information?
> Yes, Transifex has its own setup in a database for pushing files, but I'm
> not sure if it's configurable through the web interface. I'll make the
> changes tomorrow morning (GMT+10) unless someone else gets to it before
Tim, it looks like that change showed up in stats only, but not submit:
Is there any way to unify the stats and submit parts of Transifex?
The way things are now are redundant, confusing, and sub optimal for
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Summary: sectool on transifex
Product: Fedora Localization
Please, can you add sectool on Transifex?
Description: sectool is a security tool that can be used both as a security
audit and intrusion detection system
Project Webpage: http://translate.fedoraproject.org/module/sectool
Module in VCS: sectool.git
File filter: .*/po/.*
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