Thanks for attention, I sent more instructions about our activities. 



On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 7:18 AM, Noriko Mizumoto <> wrote:
(2014年11月25日 03:50), Lucas Oliveira wrote:
Hi, Misha,

Thank you by the instructions. I'm waiting a reply to my join request
for the Brazilian team, for now I can't translate anything because
permission is required.

I have read at archive of this mail list that a migration to the is in progress. So I'm not sure if the work must be done at
transifex or zanata, can you clarify that for me?

Hi Lucas

Just in case if any clear instruction on this is not made yet.

As read, the migration is in progress. But this should not impact current development schedule. It means nothing change to translation work related to F21. Any translation effort should be done at the places currently available, and all those effort will be migrated to new instance after GA.

However, for F22, all translators are required to move to new instance.
This creates extra load to every language coordinator. So please keep in touch with your language coordinator.




On 11/23/2014 11:25 AM, Misha Shnurapet wrote:
Hi, Lucas,

you asked on #fedora-l10n how to translate the Scientific spin
webpage. It's on Transifex under Fedora Websites.

Choose your language and you will see the list of resources, one of
which is It's there.

On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 4:14 PM, Lucas Oliveira <> wrote:

My name is Lucas Oliveira, I'm a fedora user a long time ago, and am
starting contributing with some translations on my free time.

I have done the steps described on the L10N/Guide wiki, and that is my

Location: Belo Horizonte, Brazil
FAS Login: devlucas
Language: Brazilian Portuguese
Profession: Software Engineer

About Me:

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Thanks in advance.
Lucas Oliveira, Software Engineer
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