On Sun, 2003-09-28 at 12:46, Cosmic Flo wrote:
>On Sat, 2003-09-27 at 11:47, Nils Philippsen wrote:
> > On Sat, 2003-09-27 at 10:18, Cosmic Flo wrote:
> > > - mozilla is only configured for US (language for web page,
> > > selected language at install have no importance.
> > Upstream bug I guess (is Mozilla multi-language aware? I don't see any
> > message catalogs...). --> bugzilla.mozilla.org
Here the .xpi for Mozilla 1.4 french language, for exemple :
Here the line for "language for web page" in
user_pref("intl.accept_languages", "fr, en-us, en");
Can't prefs.js with the good language value be added in /etc/skel ?
I think for something like prefs.js which get written automatically by
the app anyway, it should be done upstream -> If the format ever
changes, it won't be the packagers' headaches ;-). Beside that, just
because I install say English, German and French it doesn't mean my
users have the same preferences -- maybe I installed it because some
speack English, some German and some French. Accepting all of the
languages seems to be wrong in that case (or overly speculative at
least). I'd say Mozilla should determine _one_ language from LANG (still
upstream material ;-) and users should add any additional languages.
> > > - evolution's meteo is Boston US, I have selected
an other city in
> > Upstream bug I guess. Evolution needs to differentiate locales in the
> > GConf schema files for the defaults. --> bugzilla.ximian.com
Working fine in Mdk.
Then this depends on whether it was done as a patch inside the Mandrake
package (which should be submitted upstream, or integrated if already
submitted) or by "better packaging" on behalf of Mandrake.
> > > - the fedora.redhat.com
web site (presentation, pages,
> > > only in English language, I have made some propositions to translate
> > > no translation project have started.
and ? Web site and documentations are very importants !
Just because I have a redhat.com
mail address, I don't know everything
:o). You should get in touch with the docs people, probably though
Nils Philippsen / Red Hat / nphilipp(a)redhat.com
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