Name: Amirerfan Rafati
Location: Shiraz, Iran
About You: I'm a FOSS and Linux fan. I intrested in using free software and also contributing to them.
I have created some simple free tools, and programs (very simple) and you can see them in my github and gitlab page. (https://github.com/erfanrhttps://githab.com/aerfanr)
You and the Fedora Project: I never contributed to Fedora earlier. But one of my projects is related to Fedora. I am very intrested to join translation team so I can help making Fedora better.
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This is mostly focused on Europe and translation in general, not just
for Linux distributions:
However, maybe there are other similar meetings elsewhere where good
methods of sharing language translation data can be discussed.
Hi, (please answer to docs mailing list)
with future arrival of Weblate server for live testing, I want to
continue the work we started long ago, and to work on making production
While bringing localization support already is a great progress of our
users, my plan is to use this project to allow us to test Weblate.
Here are our tasks:
#12 Autodetect new languages in site generation
#13 Warn admin on missing l10n repositories
#14 How do we deal with images?
#15 User language autodetection
#16 Fix homepage link issue for localized content
#17 Admin documentation
#18 i18n support in HTML
#19 RTL support
I think tasks #12 and #13 are ready for Adam's action.
Tasks #14 and #15 are server side redirection. I assume website and
infra team can help.
Tasks #16, #18 requires a little bit of Antora knowledge.
Tasks #19 may be easy to quick fix for any contributor. But challenging
to properly cover with Antora generation?
To me, tasks #12 to #16 are important tasks for production deployment.
Please feel free to contribute in any way you'll like.
Have a nice day,
Dear translation team,
many of you may be interested in contributing this test days.
In addition of confirming our internationalization mechanism works fine
for your culture, it provides an excellent way to detect translations
issues in our tools, such as Anaconda, DNF, etc.
Have a nice day
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Objet: Re: [Test Day] Fedora 31 i18n Test Day 2019-09-10
Date: 2019-09-10 08:09
De: Parag Nemade <panemade(a)gmail.com>
À: For testing and quality assurance of Fedora releases
Cc: Fedora internationalization discussions
Répondre à: Fedora internationalization discussions
Reminder for today's i18n test day. Do provide your test feedback. Check
Join us on irc.freenode.net in #fedora-meeting-1 for the Fedora 31
Beta Release Readiness meeting. This meeting will be held on
Thursday, 2019-09-12 at 19:00 UTC.
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He / Him / His
Fedora Program Manager
Name: Ankit Behera
Location: Rourkela, Odisha, India
I have translated a number of projects on weblate. I also maintain my my own odia standard for translating to odia. I will translate fedora to Odia language and improve existing translations. I will be happy to work with other members of my language team and will try my best to provide a smooth Odia experience for fedora users.
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