Bug ID: 1485617
Summary: GNOME Software Flatpak doesn't install apps' language
Product: Fedora Localization
QA Contact: aalam(a)redhat.com
CC: diegobz(a)gmail.com, dimitris(a)glezos.com,
External Bug ID: GNOME Desktop 1002
Description of problem:
My problem is: I add FlatHub and I install gnome-recipes (org.gnome.Recipes),
but it doesn't install org.gnome.Recipes.Locale (language packs) for all
languages. I want czech. I install it with flatpak install --system flathub
org.gnome.Recipes.Locale , I can do it every flatpak install, but with gnome
software is more confortable. If i install org.gnome.Recipes only with command,
it installs langpack too.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
gnome-software 3.24.3 on Fedora 26 with 4.12.8-300.fc26.x86_64.
You must have antoher language, no English.
Install something from flatpak repo with gnome software and open it.
Uninstall it, and install it with flatpak install command.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Change language (to for example Czech)
2. Add Flatpak repo (Best FlatHub)
3. Install it with GNOME Software (for example GNOME Recipes)
4. Open it, it have English
5. Uninstall it
6. Do command flatpak install --system org.gnome.Recipes
7. Open it, you have antoher language (for example Czech)
English in flatpak installed apps trought GNOME Software
Setted language in flatpak installed apps trought GNOME Software
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I have noticed several times that whenever I try to install Fedora
In language preference, by-default I see Hindi as in first place, not in
Why is it so?
Does Fedora community think that Hindi is a national language of India?
If yes, I would like to inform you, it's not .
This issue making superiority complex over language in India.
There were several incidents/ protests happened over the country regarding
this language issue  
I wouldn't want to feel the same in Fedora as well.
So I would like to request you to put English in the first place instead of
Hindi to resolve this issue.
As most of the Indians (Especially south Indians) don't understand Hindi.
Please let me know if I am wrong.
I hope my point is correct.
Note: I just requesting you to change the priority of choosing the
So I kindly request you to not debate on this issue.
We are planning to do the bug triage activity for F24. Unfortunately we
missed the EOL deadline for F24, but we have noted the bugs and planning to
triage it now. So please feel free to join.
Here is the wiki page created for this activity. We have divided bugs into
Please pick a slot of your choice and do the triage.
krb5 received a German translation upstream (originally from the Debian
German localization team). A native German-speaking colleague has gone
over it, but doesn't actually use Linux in German so is unsure how it
compares to other translations.
Would it be possible for someone more familiar to give us feedback? The
.po file is here . I'm fine with relaying comments, but if you'd
prefer, the PR itself is here .
--Robbie (krb5 maintainer, github @frozencemetery)
P.S. My apologies if this is the wrong venue; feel free to redirect me
elsewhere if so. However, it does seem that trans-de@ is not the
right place; that list seems to be unmoderated but requires
moderator approval to join.
Dear translators & coordinators,
you may have seen this blog post:
It says that for FamSco & FESCo you need to belong to one or more
community group(s). This is also named CLA+1.
The FAS group we currently have for l10n is cvsl10n.
If you're in Zanata but not added to this group, you should ping your
team coordinator to be sponsored.
By the way, this step is documented in our process:
It's quite an administrative task, if your team coordinator doesn't
answer, you can ping me directly by email. Note I'll only do this if I
find you in Zanata.
Please note I asked last April to get user extractions from Zanata in
order to try to automate this group subscription:
Have a nice day,
my name is Vedran Miletić and I have been a Fedora user since version 3
and an occasional contributor over the years (if you would like to know
more about my specific interests, I will kindly direct you to the user
page  and the homepage ).
My mother tongue is Croatian and, as teacher in a local university, I
have encouraged a student to translate the Anaconda installer to
Croatian a few years ago.
Today I noticed that getfedora.org is offered in localized versions in
addition to the default one in English, and my goal is to provide the
Croatian localization. In the future I would also like to revise the
translation of Anaconda with the UI changes that happened since it was
translated to Croatian.
There is a v4l-utils project among Fedora/upstream group on Zanata. It
contains templates for v4l-utils 1.8.1 (the current version is 1.12.5)
It is easy to see that the translations are not used by upstream:
Does anybody know the status of this translation project?
Thanks in advance for your answers.
here is my little self-instruction:
Location: Fulda, Germany
Profession or student status: student
About You: I'm 21 and study computer science at a German university
while contributing to various open source projects and try to improve
what ever needs improvements. I always try to find nice ways to allow
people to use free software and have well-integrated systems which work
for them and me (or any other admin). Since I'm let's say 150% correct
when it comes to the German language, I hope I can help to improve the
You and the Fedora Project: I'm running Fedora on all kind of
desktop hardware and always had good experiences with it. So I think
it's time for me to give something back and help to improve Fedora. So
hands on, let's get some work done!
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