* Name: Thiago Dias
* Location: São Paulo / Brazil
* Login: nullck
* Language: Portuguese
* Admin Infra
* About Me: I'm analyst infrastructure in Portugal telecom (dedic), trained in computer networks and information security. I have participated in the translation in fedora 8 e 9, I'm now returning to continue.
* Nome: Thiago Dias
* Localização: São Paulo / Brazil
* Login: nullck
* Idioma: Portuguese
* Analista Pleno de Infra Estrutura
* Sobre mim: Sou analista pleno de infra estrutura da empresa Dedic do grupo Portugal Telecom, sou formado em redes de computadores e pós graduado em segurança da informação, já participei no projeto de tradução do fedora nas versões 8 e 9 estou voltando agora para continuar a ajudar.
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TRANSFORME SUAS FOTOS EM EMOTICONS PARA O MESSENGER. CLIQUE AQUI PARA COMEÇAR.
I have finished the Dutch translation of Managing Confined Services
and the Virtualization Guide.
Both documents can be built with publican without errors.
Can someone publish these document on the webpage?
Anyone could please mark some strings as translatable for the main page?
We could not translate the short description of each spin on the main page
(for example: "A complete, modern desktop built using the K Desktop
An other query.. Could you change the picture at the top of the main page,
"Explore Fedora's possibilities" as text which could be translated? The
same for "Download Now!" button which could be seen for each spin page.
And just bellow it, there is another string not translatable... "54K Torrent
File for 32-bit PC ISO (698.00 MB)".
Last strings found to be not translatable are on the support page -
"Creating Spins" section: description of each links are not translatable
(eg. "steps to create and use a Live CD").
Thanks a lot.
Hello there friends,
I wanted to introduce myself
My name is Yaron Shahrabani, I'm a senior Hebrew translator mostly active
- and many others...
I would like to help collaborate between GNOME and Fedora and this is
exactly why I wanted to join in
Nice meeting you all :)
Name: Takuma YOSHIDA
Location: Nagano City, Japan
FAS user-name: erota
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I'm a student of Nagano National College of Technology.
I love Fedora, and i'd like to contribute Fedora through localization.
we would like to help L10N team to increase public participation in its
activities. We believe that an important step in achieving that is in
rewarding the most active participants with "fame" in different top
tens, ladders and charts. Therefore we would like to extend the current
Fedora Community website  with different statistics regarding user
participation in different areas relevant to your team. We have called
this project "Fedora Hall of Fame" . This information can then be used
in different newsletters (FWN, etc) to praise the best people and motivate
The information we hope to receive from you is:
1. What are the most important tools you would like to have tracked?
For example it can be your wiki, mailing lists, Bugzilla, Koji, Bodhi,
Transifex, packages' source code, and so on.
2. What are the most important characteristics you would like to see
gathered? For example: # of wiki edits, # of new bug reports, # of
package updates released, etc. Some of our ideas are at .
In short, we're looking for hints which statistical data would help
your team most in evaluating your best contributors.
We can't promise you we will gather exactly the information that you
would like to see. But if you tell us what you need, we can concentrate
on the relevant tasks for you rather than on the irrelevant.
Feel free to ask for any details.
 This email was sent to many teams' mailing lists, so it might be
a little generic. But the meaning should be clear, I hope.
The Transifex Community and Indifex are proud to announce the newest version of
their flagship Open Translation Platform, Transifex 0.9 code-named "Mojo".
Transifex is an open-source web application, which gives translators a simple
yet powerful web interface to manage translations for multiple remotely-hosted
projects. Projects can be translated straight from the user's browser or
retrieved for offline translation, and various translation statistics can be
read at a glance. Some popular open-source projects using Transifex include
MeeGo (Moblin/Maemo), Mercurial, XFCE, LXDE, Fluendo, Cherokee, RPM, and yum.
You can experience Transifex 0.9 live at the common, upstream service of
Transifex.net, which serves translations to more than 870 independent projects
and businesses around the world.
A big 'Thank you!" to all those who made this possible, and most importantly,
to the projects and translators who trust Transifex with their translations.
What's new in Mojo
Transifex 0.9 ships a number of new features and important bugfixes. It also
lays the groundwork for the next major release, Transifex 1.0, which will
include some huge changes (stay tuned!).
During the development of Transifex 0.9 we have closed more than 35 major
tickets and recorded 336 changesets on more than 6000 files. Here are some of
the new features shipped in Transifex 0.9:
- A new Extension Engine allows developers to write plug-and-play 'addons'
which can extend or override parts of the core functionality, and improve
extensibility, code readability and on-demand scalability.
- Team Sharing: A project can now reuse the language teams another project,
allowing the full support of larger, 'umbrella' communities like MeeGo.
- New supported i18n directory structures, such as PO directories named by
the locale code, the LC_MESSAGES locale standard, grouped and suffixed
language files, and the Publican standard structure.
- Project Widgets allow a maintainer to display the project's translation
statistics on a website as a simple image: perfect for embedding in wiki
pages, Trac instances, and email.
- Transparent file ownership with auto-locking and releasing of file locks
- More pre-submit checks to ensure high quality and robust build processes
- Improved handling of VCS Exceptions
- Improved searching to find the projects you are interested in more easily
The full release notes can be found on the documentation site:
Transifex 0.9 is already live at the upstream instance at
Sysadmins who wish to install Transifex for their own community have a number
of ways to get their hands on the software. Tarballs and packages are available,
as well as RPM packages for Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS.
Pre-cooked images which work out-of-the-box are also available in ISO, VMware
and EC2 formats, for both x86 and x86_64 architectures:
For full installation instructions, refer to the documentation section:
Please report any bugs at http://transifex.org/newticket.
Enjoy! Let a thousand languages bloom!
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