I believe (from my current expirience) you should file the bug against the
You can see some bugs I filed and been resovled by adding Bulgarian
translation to the build.
just go to bugzilla.redhat.com
and then query put as a string Bulgarian -
you will see several I entered and may has been closed - add to the build.
Initialy only 1/4 of all translated packages made it in the test2 - but know
almost 75% are fixed - 6 left, one I guess will not make it.
By the way not all string has been i18n in all packages - so it is quite
easy to file bug about those strings as well.
To file bug you must be registry.
From: Tomislav Markovski <tome(a)users.ossm.org.mk>
Reply-To: Fedora Translation Project List <fedora-trans-list(a)redhat.com>
To: Fedora Translation Project List <fedora-trans-list(a)redhat.com>
Subject: Re: Translations are incomplete
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 21:13:45 +0200
On сре, 2004-09-29 at 20:10, Николай Сърмаджиев wrote:
> It is nice idea to file the bug against the modules that are not i18n in
> Macedonian. We have a same problem with Bulgarian packages and I filed
> 10-15 bugs - most now are in cvs although many still not. I do not know
> if they make it to the release.
> And the check of translations - too little time, I submit today one of
> the packages (that got translated in cvs yesterday) and I am not sure if
> the new version will make it to release ... unfortunately.
> Bidi pozdraven
Благодарам Николай, поздрав и до тебе.
I filed a bug, and it seems that they build the packages long before the
translation freeze deadline for the test releases, however they appear
on the final release. So we need don't have to worry.
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