On Thu, 2007-09-20 at 14:51 +1000, Noriko Mizumoto wrote:
Paul W. Frields wrote:
> Greetings L10N folk!
> Due to scarce personnel resources we are running a couple of days behind
> our schedule for the Docs Project. However, I am getting the Release
> Notes ready for a POT drop today. Although the schedule currently has a
> "deadline" of 23 September, we will be extending this until about 26
> September (2007-09-26).
> However, please keep in mind that your team does *NOT* need to complete
> ALL work by that date. Due to last-minute bug fixes and other errata,
> you can expect a few string changes over the next few weeks, although we
> will strive to keep them to an absolute minimum. You will need to
> complete all work by the listed date of 21 October (2007-10-21), subject
> to change if there are slips affecting the overall release schedule.
> In the past we have included only finished release notes in the test3
> release of Fedora, but that will NOT be the case for F8 test3. Any team
> that works on their release notes translation will have their work
> included in F8 test3. We would still like to include only finished
> translations in the final version to emphasize the professional polish
> of the distribution, but since I now have greater access to the
> fedora-release-notes package in the distribution, we will be more able
> to bring an update package into Fedora 8 during its cycle if additional
> languages are finished by some deadline date on which we can jointly
> Reminder: the full fedora-release-notes package includes material from
> the following modules:
Thank you so much giving us clear picture!
Now I have a couple of questions, can I?
* Should we need to update pot/po files for those manually?
I guess that depends on where you're getting them. If I remember
correctly, I've updated all the new POT/PO in Docs CVS, so if you
normally pull your POT/PO directly from CVS, you should be able to just
"cvs up" to get the latest. If you pull from the Damned Lies interface
at translate.fp.o, I believe that system automatically has the latest
POT/PO as well.
* I've edited some LINGUS to include ja, then found that
'readme-burning-isos/' have no LINGUS under po/. What to do?
I just fixed this problem as well; sorry for the inconvenience.
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