I received this error when submiting a new po for liveusb-creator:
"There was a technical error with the commit/push of your submission,
most likely because of a misconfiguration of the system. Try refreshing
the module's cache and retry submitting.The administrators will look
into the log files and try to find out what went wrong."
Can, please, someone help?
With many thanks to Dmitris for stepping me through the process, the
Common Content files for Publican are now available in Transifex.
Conventions.po (part of the Publican Common Content module):
Download from your language directory here:
Upload to your language directory here:
Feedback.po (part of the Publican Fedora brand module):
Download from your language directory here:
Upload to your language directory here:
1. As previously discussed on this list, the Conventions.po file
contains an extremely long and difficult string. A version of the file
with this string broken up into more manageable chunks is available
here: http://rlandmann.fedorapeople.org//Conventions.po -- if you use
this as the basis for your translation, please let me know before
uploading this in Transifex; the file will need some manual tweaking
once you upload it.
2. These two files are part of two separate Publican modules; one that
provides content for all "brands" supported in Publican (Fedora, JBoss,
GIMP, oVirt, Red Hat), and one that provides content specifically for
Fedora. You will also see a Feedback.po file in the Common Content
module; this is NOT the Feedback file that we need as a priority,
although translations of it are welcome too! (This file is not a
priority in Fedora, because Fedora documents use our own Feedback file,
which over-rides the "common" Feedback file)
3. Publican already contains directories for the languages supported by
Red Hat, plus a dozen or so community languages that are a high priority
for the Fedora 11 Installation Guide (see list below). If you can help
out by translating a language which doesn't already have a directory
please let me know, or send your request to publican-list(a)redhat.com
4. Please remember to include your name and email address in the header
of the .po file so that you receive credit for your work! All
submissions will also be credited in the CHANGES files for the
appropriate module -- see here:
5. Mockups of how these two sections currently look in a variety of
languages are available here:
http://rlandmann.fedorapeople.org/Common_Content -- I will update these
as new translations are received. Please note that some elements on
these pages are simply "placeholders" and are not part of the files that
need translating (the heading "Preface", for example)
Many thanks to Richard and Rui for translations into Dutch and European
Portuguese. The remaining languages that we still need urgently are:
* Norwegian (Bokmål)
* Serbian (Cyrillic and Latin characters)
Like I said, any others are most welcome as well.
My name is Ferenc Mihailov , and I've just joined the Hungarian Translation Team. I live in Hungary. My FAS name:Fmihailov. I work for a telecommunication company and I try to learn english. One of my friend invited me to the fedora project. In this project I like the docs, and I try to translate it. I use computer and linux as hobby. I am not an expert user.
My pgp key is 3C837880.
FAS username= sadid
I'm willing to contribute in persian localization project and if
possible other projects also.
I'm studying electrical engineer at Razi University,Kermanshah,Iran
and intersted not only in electrical matters,physics,Mathematics,...
but also Linux and programming is one of my top faviorates.
I'm contributing in localization projects of fedora but I like to have
some contribution in other projects in the future like (Docs,
I've been familar with Linux and I've done some project in VHDL
programming and MATLAB programming, I'm familar with most of open
source EDA tools related to the EE maters.
I'm also familar with Network pricipals and some expirences with
router design. Working on the design of a FPGA base MPLS router with
reconfigurablity and trendency to SoC design paradigms was one my last
I like to help Open Source society as a little response in all
Key fingerprint = E1F1 8E93 6352 9E43 9867 7BB9 DA74 040B 1F17 8665
I'm Manatsawin Hanmongkolchai (willwill) from Bangkok, Thailand
(UTC+7). I started using Linux in the year 2007 with Ubuntu and
switched to Fedora by end of the year 2008. Currently I'm Fedora and
Ubuntu user. I also administrate Ubuntuclub's website, the official
ubuntu ThaiLoco. (To best of my knowledge, there is no thai Fedora
community on Fedora) on my real life I'm a student at Bodindecha 2
school and I also administrate the school's wireless network.
I'm a member of thai-l10n mailling list and contributor to the upsteam
GNOME damned lies and previously on Launchpad
I won the NECTEC's Thailand National Linux Competition 2009 (NLC9) on
the Desktop field and I got the second place on NLC8, desktop field.
Also, I have qualified in NECTEC's Certified Linux Engineer in level
one and two.
Also, I'm Python coder using Web.py and was a PHP coder. I can create
random junk) is http://whsgroup.ath.cx and my blog is
I willing to help the Fedora project on the translation of Release
notes and few applications in Thai language
whs@WHSServer1 ~ % gpg --fingerprint C40427E3
pub 1024D/C40427E3 2008-04-30
Key fingerprint = C634 4C4D 9CB0 ECA2 B307 0A2C 4A0A 4B09 C404 27E3
uid Manatsawin Hanmongkolchai <whs(a)whsgroup.ath.cx>
sub 2048g/B1167F61 2008-04-30
* Email: manatsawin on gmail
* XMPP: whs on whsgroup.ath.cx
* IRC: willwill / whs / manatsawin on irc.freenode.net,
irc.oftc.net and sometimes I take control of my bot under the nick wB3
/ wiB3. I usually on the channel #ubuntu-th on freenode, #tlwg on oftc
* Twitter: @manatsawin
* FAS/Bugzilla: willwill
L10n Infrastructure team has worked on the new version of Transifex and
made it available for submitting Fedora Translations and showing the
statistics. Since, it's in the testing phase right now, it's not
deployed on the production servers and it doesn't submit translations
upstream (fedora). It is currently able to submit translations for
locally available repos only. So, before we make it live for the usage
for all Fedora Localizers, we need a thorough testing to be done for it.
Here is the new instance of Transifex for the testing purpose:
If anyone willing to test this new instance of Transifex, please follow
the steps mentioned here:
and report the issues you face, on the same page in the "Pressing
issues" section. Please don't forget to add your name as a report for
the issue, so that the L10n infra guys will catch you over the irc or
e-mails to get more details.
Btw, we do encourage the members to report the issues on our IRC channel
(#fedora-l10n), to get them solved quickly. You can ping Rashter,
glezos, asgeirf, ankit if you need any help while testing.
My name is Alexey Vasyukov. I am from Moscow (Russia, GMT+3). FAS
username - anganar.
My Linux experience is about 5 years, initially as a developer, after
that - as a system administrator / architect. My first distro was Red
Hat Linux 9, after it - different versions of Fedora, RHEL, CentOS.
Now I work for VDEL company (www.vdel.com) as consultant and also as a
researcher in CS department of Moscow Institute of Physics and
My current work activities are mostly connected with Fedora. In
particular, with technical documentation translation into Russian and
writing additional documentation on specific topics (in Russian).
Additionally, I am a member of Russian Fedora community. We work on
"adapting" Fedora for Russian users, in particular, once again, on
Now I would like to "return" available Russian translations to the
upstream. So, I applied for cvsl10n group membership.
I would like to participate in Documentation Project in nearest future as well.
My GPG fingerprint:
[anganar@anganar ~]$ gpg --fingerprint ADDDC557
pub 1024D/ADDDC557 2009-01-22
Key fingerprint = 4A21 0E68 6B5B A565 1B0D FC28 083B 29FC ADDD C557
uid Alexey Vasyukov (MIPT) <vasyukov(a)gmail.com>
sub 2048g/751C1E3E 2009-01-22
I'm having trouble when submitting authconfig translations:
There was a technical error with the commit/push of your submission,
most likely because of a misconfiguration of the system. Try
refreshing the module's cache and retry submitting.The administrators
will look into the log files and try to find out what went wrong.
Refreshing the cache didn't help.
"We the willing, following the unknowing are
doing the impossible. We have done so much
for so long with so little we are now able to do
anything with nothing."
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