Location: Uppsala, Sweden
Language: Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic
Student status: Currently earning MA in Scandinavian languages
About me: (First of all, I hope I did this right and didn't end up
sending this wrong.) I started using Fedora a couple of weeks back and
just fell in love with this amazing OS. I regularly use other OS's like
Windows 7 and Mac OSX, but the complexity and customisability of
open-source Unix-like makes me find myself using my Mac and Win PC less
and less in favour of my Fedora equipped Acer Aspire One. Since I like
Fedora so much and use it a lot, I felt it would be both decent of me
and fun to contribute to the project on some level. I went for
localisation, since I'm no good with coding or marketing, and have a lot
of experience of translating, among others a few localisation projects
I look forward to contributing to the Fedora Project in any way I'm
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On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 3:17 PM, Darko Mohar <mohar.darko(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm Darko Mohar from Slovenia. I'm using Fedora for a while now, and i want
> to create a new slovenia translation team, to translate Fedora to
> Slovenian language.
> I need a help, because i don' know how to create a new team.
> I'm looking forward to your reply.
> With best regards,
> Darko Mohar
> i18n mailing list
Hi Darko, and Welcome !
You should use the localization mailing list and not the
internationalization one. I've added the L10n mailing list, but you
should register to it there.
Then, read the localization page on the wiki. you'll find the link
to the FAQ which can tell you how to create a new team.
Come back later if something is not clear.
Kévin Raymond (shaiton)
Hi, website team & translation team.
Now, I translate fpo for Japanese. I uploaded from translate.fpo.
A few week ago, It could apply to fpo about 3 hour.
But it can not apply po file to fpo recently.
Name: Nikolay Rysev
Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Profession or Student status: System administrator, Student
About me: I've worked some on Ubuntu and KDE translation.
Me and the Fedora Project: I am not a developer, so I only can to help
with translation. Hope that my work will be useful.
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- Name: Fabian Barrera
- Location: Sogamoso, Colombia
- Login: fabianbarrera
- Language: Spanish
- Profession or Student status: Web Developer
- About Me: I'm a web developer. I use Symfony(PHP), Postgresql and
obviously Fedora for my work.
- The Fedora Project and I: Fedora was the first distro I used, and I've
received so much from it and the Linux world. Now I want to collaborate with
this project and make it even better.
- GPG KEYID and fingerprint:
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My name is Andrey Olykainen. I'm from Kazakhstan
I want to participate in translation of Fedora Linux to other
languages, such as Russian(perfect) and Kazakh(Intermediate)
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I'm cc'ing this thread to translators, because we really need most ideas like this one, in order to tracking more easily our own bugs.
EL Tue, 23 Nov 2010 11:40:51 -0500
"Eric \"Sparks\" Christensen" <sparks(a)fedoraproject.org> escribió:
> On 11/19/2010 12:42 PM, daniel cabrera wrote:
> > On Fri, 2010-11-19 at 11:19 -0500, Eric "Sparks" Christensen wrote:
> >> Any thoughts on having a docs-bug list where people can subscribe and
> >> get a copy of all BZ tickets that are assigned for the Project?
> >> - --Eric
> > Just one.
> > Would it be a good idea to create a component (or something like it) for
> > each language? I'm thinking mostly in the guides, and assuming that most
> > of the bugs are typos or missing strings to translate. If those errors
> > can be directly assigned to the translation teams, not only they'll be
> > solved faster, but you guys will be less overwhelmed.
> > Regards,
> > Daniel Cabrera (es)
Actually, we have components for languages (i don't know since when);
This for Spanish (es):
Product: Fedora Localization; Component: Spanish
> I wonder if this couldn't be done using the existing L10n components.
> If someone submitted a ticket with a translation bug it could be sent
> over to the appropriate language component.
> - --Eric
As i've pointed above, we have the tools yet, but we are not using it, i think. Maybe lack of training?
Everybody, please share your search parameters to found bugs, i have this:
Product: Fedora; Keywords: Translation; New, Assigned, Modified
Product: Fedora Documentation; Keywords: translation; N, A, M, V, Closed.
Product: Fedora Localization; Status: Mod, New, Assigned, ON_DEV, ON_QA, RELEASE_PENDING, POST
Having *just one* bugs list would be a great tool to handle the ubiquitous newcomers to docs or translation teams, showing them a single source to suscribe for lot of tasks. I think in a pretty easy address to include in feedback/translation notes; something like the feedback for webmaster(a)fedoraproject.org would be better (being forwarded to websites(a)l.fp.o list without hassle). I have the feeling we lose a lot of feedback (i'm thinking a lot of translation bugs, you know) since the process to file a single bug forces anyway to create an account into Bugzilla.
Anyway, for everybody looking for something to do about docs&L10N bugs:
Well, you know, maybe it would be better a docs-bugs list and a separate trans-bugs list. Again, something not demanding one more register process for people kind enough to file a bug, even in an informal way.
>> Hi all,
>> During uploading the Dutch translation of
>> setroubleshoot.master-framework, I accidentally uploaded the file in
>> Transifex in the danish branch. I'm sorry about that and I don't know
>> how to repair this. Can anybody help?
>> Geert Warrink
>I have fixed this (I hope).
>You can find the previous version in web git and push it through tx
Everything looks OK now!
During uploading the Dutch translation of
setroubleshoot.master-framework, I accidentally uploaded the file in
Transifex in the danish branch. I'm sorry about that and I don't know
how to repair this. Can anybody help?