schedule for translating documentation
Amanpreet Singh Brar
apbrar at gmail.com
Sat Aug 20 17:02:02 UTC 2005
Karsten Wade wrote:
> This is mainly for the release notes, but we can follow it for other
> documentation for FC5.
> 2 November - test1 documentation freeze
> 7 November - test1 release
> 7 December - test2 documentation freeze
> 12 December - test2 release
> 4 January - test3 documentation freeze
> 9 January - test3 release
> 1 February - FC5 documentation freeze (final)
> 13 February - FC5 release
> This based on the schedule found at:
> You'll notice that the docs freeze is two days after the devel freeze.
> This is really only one additional day for writing beyond devel freeze,
> accounting for the dateline. This additional day gives us a chance to
> take urgent changes to the release notes right up to devel freeze, and
> have one more day to make changes.
> Most of the translation will be in test1. We plan to have rolling
> content available throughout the writing cycle. Following that, we
> don't expect the document to churn very much, perhaps 10% to 20% change
> (change, additions) between tests. Expect the changes between test3 and
> release to be very minimal.
> This schedule is subject to changes in the master schedule.
> What do you think? With your agreement, I'll share this with the docs
> project as our schedule.
> BTW, documents that you may want to translate in addition to the release
> notes, which are planned for FC5:
> * Installation Guide
> * Desktop User Guide
> * Managing Software with Yum
> thx - Karsten
I m translating Fedora GUI (I have cvs account)
How can I start Translation for my Language?
can u please provide some Ideas about this?
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