My name is Alex Eng and I'm from Zanata team.
Apart from engineering, I'm interested in working in translations too for
I'm fluent in Simplify Chinese, Malay, English, and Traditional Chinese but
I would start with Simplify Chinese for the time being.
Bug ID: 1236278
Summary: Update the words in Marathi spell check
Product: Fedora Localization
Component: Other language
QA Contact: aalam(a)redhat.com
CC: dimitris(a)glezos.com, piotrdrag(a)gmail.com,
Description of problem:
The words found in current hunspell are not enough.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
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tomorrow we will enter June and we will be 2 weeks before F24 GA release
date. We have some important changes on the websites and need to enter a PO
freeze for the websites in production.
We have a new Spin on labs.fedoraproject.org (Astronomy) and some minor
changes through all other websites.
I'm still not sure if we are able to make a new website for secondary
arches in time for F24 GA, if not we will postpone this task until F25
Please take a look at the new source files and try to translate at least
the main websites. The string freeze will block all your strings on
production, but you can check your work in the staging instances, where you
can see also the context of all strings.
We are building actually stg.getfedora.org, labs.stg.fpo, spins.stg.fpo and
arm.stg.fpo in staging.
For any questions or issues please open an issue on
pagure.io/fedora-websites or in our trac .
Thank you and happy translating.
I like to propose experimental introduction of Zanata glossary onto
fedora.zanata.org using the data Red Hat internally created as a base.
Once introduced, it should appear bottom right hand side, next to
Translation Memory, pls see this screenshot.
Currently, this feature is still on development, and has a room to
improve especially permission area. Atm the data can only be edited by a
user with 'glossarist' permission. This glossarist can edit any data
across the languages. Any data will be editable as well new data can be
added. So we will be able to build up our own Fedora Localization Glossary.
Will you please let me know if you like to see this experimental
introduction or not, and whom to be granted as 'glossarist'?
Now those three users are taking 'glossarist' role, and change/edit/add
any entries of the glossary. Any change must be consulted with
appropriate team and gain their consensus. Currently there are 2238 entries.
* 'tiansworld' - Chinese (China)
* 'lonemadmax' - Spanish
* 'Jibec' - French
Anyone else has interest to be 'glossarist', let me know.
The wiki page is now created, so please encourage yourself to enter
any findings. Any suggestion for scheduling/planning is appreciated.
From the time we have started EMEA time meeting 21:00 UTC, i have seen
number of new members join and participate in meeting. Due to this i
strongly feel we should not miss this slot. Same time its very difficult
for me to host this meeting since its 2:30 IST.
Will be happy if someone from EMEA or APAC can takeover on this meeting.
I can definitely help with Agenda etc stuff. Even simply walking over with
open tickets in trac will do here.
Jean proposed idea earlier, i also think its good to have specific list
for tracking Translation bugs. I18N already have
List will help to get periodic update on bugs status and tracking bugs.
We had quick discussion in last meeting about same. Let me know others
opinion on this.
On 12 May 2016 at 14:30, pravin.d.s(a)gmail.com <pravin.d.s(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2 May 2016 at 17:06, Jean-Baptiste <jean-baptiste(a)holcroft.fr> wrote:
>> Le 02/05/2016 à 13:24, Pravin Satpute a écrit :
>>> On Monday 02 May 2016 04:27 PM, Jean-Baptiste wrote:
>>>> I'm not sure this generic mailing list is easy to use. Grouping
>>>> mailing lists won't be a poblem to me.
>>>> But when you speak about Zanata :
>>>> * i just discovered this trans-zanata-admin => what is this ? why
>>>> don't we have this emails in @trans ?
>>> This list specific for forwarding Zanata admin related messages i.e.
>>> joining team, creating new team etc.
>>>> * what Zanata people are you referring to ? Do you send emails to
>>>> thoses lists : http://zanata.org/mailing-lists/ ? They are tool
>>>> related and we can't use it for our Fedora instance. @trans is better
>>>> suited for that.
>>> Zanata team has zanata-users(a)redhat.com. But since Zanata has been used
>>> in multiple projects like OpenStack, Fedora and other its good to have
>>> project specific discussion list for Zanata. During G11N FAD Zanata
>>> sound comfortable with either using G11N or Trans list on Fedora.
>> I think we should merge trans-zanata-admin in trans.
> Not a good idea. We can get lot of spam. Rather if any one interested, he
> can join trans-zanata-admin
> list to get information about new users request.
>> We can see some users wo made many requests to join because lack of
>> readers/knowledge. This mailing list don't exist on the wiki...
> Sure, lets update wiki. We should update/check regarding all the mailing
> list around g11n.
>> If too many messages, we can have trans-bugs, like the existing mechanism
>> for i18n, and regroups zanata requests and tickets from bugzilla (and write
>> it on the wiki).
> trans-bugs list looks good idea. As you suggested we can group Zanata
> requests, tickets and Fedora bugzilla there. How other members think about
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