2011/3/2 Devrim GÜNDÜZ <devrim(a)gunduz.org>:
> On Wed, 2011-03-02 at 12:36 +0200, Dimitris Glezos wrote:
>> 2011/3/2 Hasan Alp iNAN <hasanalpinan(a)gmail.com>:
>> > I translated Fedora Turkish language files before migrating to
>> > www.transifex.net. A few days ago i requested www.transifex.net to
>> > Turkish Team Coordinator. But not approved. All translation work is
>> > Can someone help me to fix this situation?
>> I created a FAQ about this:
>> Current team leader CCed.
> I'm already busy maintaining some packages for EPEL and Fedora repos,
> and also for PostgreSQL RPM Repository -- plus some more community
> activities. I'll be more than happy to step down and pass everything to
> Hasan Alp, if he wants.
Hasan, you're approved! Thanks for stepping up.
Please update your info on the L10n_Teams page, and high-5 for an
awesome Turkish Fedora 15 release. =)
Transifex: The Multilingual Publishing Revolution
http://www.transifex.net/ -- http://www.indifex.com/
It's so easy to maintain a wiki!
What do you think about migrating Fedora Docs to wiki ?
I apologize if this was discussed before, or if the idea sounds stupid, or
... something else, like a ... who says "wrong mail list" ? :)
Hi to everyone
I translated Fedora Turkish language files before migrating to
www.transifex.net. A few days ago i requested www.transifex.net to be
Turkish Team Coordinator. But not approved. All translation work is delayed.
Can someone help me to fix this situation?
Hasan Alp İNAN
Þann mið 2.mar 2011 07:24, skrifaði Valentin Laskov:
> From: "Tseng, Cheng-Chia"<pswo10680(a)gmail.com>
> | Wiki is uneasy to translate, there is no useful tool such as Poedit,
> | Lokalize etc. to do the work offline.
> | It is also hard to know that if the source language has been updated
> | or not without notification.
> | --
> | Sincerely,
> | by Cheng-Chia Tseng
> | --
> Every text editor is suitable for offline work. You can easy copy-paste source of the page from wiki to text editor and back to the
> wiki. Here is an example of main documentation in wiki .
> Wiki provides watchlists with pages for notification upon change/update.
>  http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Doc:Manual
Not every text editor makes use of translation memories or
error checking or project management...
Sveinn í Felli
I was sent a note about a mistake in the Swedish translation of
audit-viewer, so I was going to update it. But I can't find it on
transifex.net. Is audit-viewer translations handled in some other way
nowdays? Is it me who can't find my way around the new site? Or what
Remember that tomorrow (2011-03-01) we will host a Localization and
Internationalization Installation Test Day . This test day will focus
on translations quality for Anaconda and i18n support during
installation as well as some post install verification tests.
Fell free to edit the wiki with your results and join us in
#fedora-test-day if you have any doubts.
I'm looking forward to see the participation of many translators around
the world. A wider language diversity will be great for making sure that
Fedora 15 will have a proper l10n/i18n support for everyone.
Igor Pires Soares
Fedora I18N/L10N QA
Fedora Ambassador (Brazil) - Member of FAmSCo
This is not meant to put even more pressure on system administrators
that I'm sure are already too busy. But may I ask if I could get an
estimate of when new language groups in Transifex can be expected? It
is around a week since I requested a Swedish group.
Again, I understand that there is much to do, and a week isn't a long
time to do it all. But at the same time, the translation deadline is
only two weeks away, which is making me a bit nervous.