I am wasphin or was444(this is my FAS ID), and now live in Wuhan, China.
My first-language, of course, is Chinese. And I learn/use English as a
foreign-language. Now a student of CCNU.
I used Fedora for about two years, and I like it's simple and beautiful.
This time, I want to do something for it.
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In advance, I apologize sending this kind of email. it may
be too late at this point but the latest translations seems
not reflecting to the server.
The change is only one translation. I hope it doesn't hurt
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: prepare for i18n Test Day - 2012-03-14
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2012 17:08:41 +0530
From: Jaswinder Singh <j.phulewala(a)gmail.com>
Reply-To: Fedora Language Testing Group <fltg(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
To: Fedora Language Testing Group <fltg(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 3:59 PM, A S Alam <apreet.alam(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> i18n Test Day is coming: March 14, 2012
> Basic Tasks for Fedora i18n Test Day prepare:
> 1) Test Page Prepare: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2012-03-14
> 2) Live ISO: as ibus was working with last ISO, so we can use
> Translation ISO:
> 3) Test Case Update
> Specially for New feature: Feature, which need to include in Test Cases:
> - Indian Language Unicode 6:
> - Gnome Input Integration ibus
> - libpinyin
> - Inscript2
> - Font Configuration Tool
Test cases created for above mentioned features .
Thanks Sweta and Manoj for help.
Please review and update if necessary.
> A S Alam
> fltg mailing list
We will have the I18n Test day for Fedora 17 on 14th March, Wednesday.
Please spend some time to test the i18n support for your language and
file bugs if necessary to help our i18n team to improve your language
We have our test day page at . The test cases will be up shortly.
Thank you all for your support and cooperation.
 - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2012-03-14
gnome-control-center has limited set of language in Region and
Language -> Language
( British English, Chinese (simplified), English, Spanish)
Developer mention :
"It shows a small selection of possible languages. You'll get more languages by
pressing the '+' button. The languages were chosen by Westerners as popular
choices, they cover parts of Western Europe, North America, South America, and
very large chunks of Africa."
anybody has suggestion for it "how language should be chosen"?
A S Alam
Recently, the list of child projects for a language has become such a
We cannot easily identify which projects are Fedora centric ones,
which are upstream projects, and which are Websites, Docs, Red Hat,
Plus, the "Show resources from:" dropdown filter is not useful because
it lists all of the projects instead of categories.
It is so much inconvenient for translators to pick up those projects
we want to emphasize on recently, mostly fedora centric ones, such as
ABRT, Anaconda, system-config tools...
Furthermore, if I use "Last update" to sort the projects, I will be
returned to a list sorted by progress after I click on child project
and goes back.
I have to sort it again to search for the next one below which I have
just translated, and keep waiting Transifex to give me a new list.
It is none sense to let translators keep searching and waiting the
listed child projects every time they want to translate.
To be frankly, the old infrastructure fedora hosted which categorized
well is more easy to help us translate fedora.
I am so amazed by this new feature.
by Cheng-Chia Tseng
Hi transifex team,
While testing passwd, I encountered one string not localized which is
not in PO file on transifex. The bug is filed , and then it is found
that there is another module to translate for passwd, PWQuality library.
This is not in fedora main or fedora upstream while passwd is in fedora
Can you guys please include PWQuality library in fedora main?
Or should I contact the maintainer?