Frequently Used Entries for Localisation event for Tamil language has
been scheduled to happen on 12 & 13 of Decemeber at,
CDAC, Taramani, Chennai. Tamil Nadu
We have also arranged for an parallel IRC session for participants who
could not make it out physically.
Channel: #fedora-tamil at irc.freenode.net
The event will commence at 10.00 AM and will continue to happen till
5.00 PM on both days.
Related information can be found at:
Below are some links to the schedule I've drafted for Fedora 13. Most of
it is automatically generated based on how we built the Fedora 12 schedule.
Here are a few different views:
In some cases the tasks may not line up correctly for Fedora 13 which
I'll need to know about. In others you may want to make adjustments
based on how things went during Fedora 12. That is perfectly fine too :)
I would like to review this in person at FUDCon on Sunday (2009-12-06)
during one of the hackfest sessions. In the meantime feel free to reply
with obvious errors or changes you'd like me to make before we meet.
Look forward to talking soon.
Name: Stephan Schiffleithner
Year of Birth: 1984
Inhabitation: Tulln, Austria, Europe
Login: roedel, En-De
Job: student (economics)
I'm writing my diploma-thesis on early economic theory at the Vienna
University of Economics and Business.
I'd like to contribute Fedora Project in the Localization Project.
My first contact to open-source software was in 2001 when I was
searching for a replacement of the old Netscape-Browser. I switched to
(Gentoo) Linux in 2002 and later did some translation work for Ubuntu.
I'm not a programmer and I do not run public servers. I just like open
source and Fedora is the System that keeps my Desktop up and running.
I'd like to contribute and I think the Localization Project is the best
way to do this.
My GPG-ID (3D0C68A8):
[roedel@roedel-laptop ~]$ gpg --fingerprint 3D0C68A8
pub 1024D/3D0C68A8 2009-10-24 [verfällt: 2012-10-24]
Schl.-Fingerabdruck = 4DC4 DB7D F055 9437 642A 0819 3DB2 44FC 3D0C 68A8
uid Stephan Schiffleithner <stephan.schiffleithner(a)gmx.at>
uid [jpeg image of size 8064]
uid Stephan Schiffleithner <h0451044(a)wu.ac.at>
sub 2048g/B0990FFF 2009-10-24 [verfällt: 2012-10-24]
Hello, my name is Elad Alfassa, and I'm a high school student from Israel.
I study computer science and robotics (The coolest subject I've ever
learned). [of curse I learn other subjects, such as English, history,math,
I have some experience in programming (C, PHP, Bash, C#, VB, Batch,
(Fedora was my first and only Linux distribution).
Yesterday, I've joined the Hebrew translation team, and I've already
tranlated ABRT, desktop-effects and system-config-services to Hebrew.
So I guess that's all. I hope I'll be helpful.
translate.fpo had a hiccup the past days and submissions over SSH
weren't working. I emailed Mike McGrath from the Infra project and the
problem was fixed a few moments ago.
Issues affecting Fedora's instance of Transifex, ie the server bits,
should be reported on #fedora-admin and/or as a ticket to the
My knowledge of the Fedora infrastructure setup is very limited, and
so is the time I have to manage the server bits, since I'm focusing on
the development of new features. Please do report server issues to the
infrastructure folks directly. Feel free to CC me though, in case I
can provide and insight on the code bits.
Transifex: The Multilingual Publishing Revolution
http://www.transifex.net/ -- http://www.indifex.com/
for F13, we are planning to switch to shotwell  as the photo
management app in the desktop spin. Shotwell is really promising and
already does almost all the things we want of such an app. But one
problem it still has is that it doesn't have many translations (en, fr,
Thankfully, I could convince the shotwell authors to use transifex for
their translations, so it should be very easy for the Fedora translators
Please do !
i am Kevin Mon from China and i wanna spend some time to help you to translate Fedora user interface or user assistance documentation from english to chinese.
althought i have learing about the linux opration system in colleage time
but i am a new user to Fedora project.
now i am server as a localization workers for 10 month.
i am good at C programing,
known well about computer computer architectures and linux basic operations.
many thanks to all of you. i will try my best.
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Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag(a)gmail.com> changed:
What |Removed |Added
Component|release-notes |Other language
| |m, piotrdrag(a)gmail.com
Product|Fedora Documentation |Fedora Localization
--- Comment #1 from Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag(a)gmail.com> 2009-12-03 01:08:57 EDT ---
Moving to Fedora Localization, Other language. I hope Kannada maintainer will
pick that up.
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Hi, I'm Dmitry from Moscow, Russia. I've just joined the project and want to
introduce myself a bit. I have a strong experience (around 6 years) in IT
documentation , hardware manuals, software manuals, software localization,
and web-site localization translation from English to Russian and vice
versa. I'd like to make a contribution to translate Fedora documentation to
Russian and localize Fedora OS. Hoping for effective cooperation,
> Hi all --
> Many of the strings in the Fedora Installation Quick Start Guide have
> been taken from the Fedora Installation Guide, mostly to ease the load
> on translators!
> Therefore, if you've worked on the IQSG, you will be able to reuse your
> translations to get a head start on the full version of the IG. Over the
> weekend, Ankit Patel wrote the following procedure to show you how to do
>> 1. Translate docs-install-quick-start-guide.f12-tx
>> 2. Open docs-install-guide.f12-tx po in Kbabel (or Lokalize)
>> 3. Click "Tools" => "Rough Translations"
>> 4. "Options" pane => uncheck "Mark changed entries as fuzzy"
>> 5. Click "Configure" for "Translation Database" in "Dictionaries" frame
>> 6. "Database" => "Scan single PO file" (select
>> 7. Click "Start"
>> That's it!
> Many thanks, Ankit -- hopefully other translators will find this useful
Thanks for this detailed procedure.
Thank you: Ankit & Rudi.
I think this would be very helpful for us!