I am Tarun. I am using fedora from past 1 year and want to contribute for
I am currently pursuing my B.tech in computer science engineering.
I would like to help in translating applications or website in English to
My FAS login name is zzat n you can also find me on irc channels with nick
Also I would like someone from trans-hi mailing list to help me as i am not
able to join the mailing list (i haven't got a confirmation mail yet).
Name: Hung Tran (Trần Duy Hùng)
Location: Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam
Profession: Web developer
About me: I've used Linux since 2009, my first distro was Fedora, then I've
used many distros like Debian, Ubuntu, openSUSE,... At the present I'm using
Fedora and Lubuntu. I'm a PHP developer in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam. I've
contributed in translating, testing, marketing LXDE, GNOME, Ubuntu,
Debian,... and now I want to start contributing in Fedora.
Me and Fedora project: I'm interested in all projects of Fedora, but because
of my time, I only can focus on a few projects.
GPG KEYID and fingerprint:
pub 2048R/B095E01A 2010-09-19
Key fingerprint = 2412 A4A8 73D9 F68B 438D 5ED5 2627 097B B095 E01A
uid Duy Hung Tran <nguyentieuhau(a)gmail.com>
sub 2048R/FAF33AE8 2010-09-19
Many thanks to Fedora project and all contributors!
TRẦN Duy Hùng
The Beta Release Readiness Meeting is held tomorrow, and I will be
attending. It seems to me nothing particular related to coming schedule
for translation, but I might miss out.
Please let me know any issue, concern or request to be discussed in this
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Beta Release Readiness Meeting - Thursday, Apr. 19, 1900 UTC
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2011 00:31:25 -0700
From: Robyn Bergeron <rbergero(a)redhat.com>
To: Fedora Logistics List <logistics(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
place: irc.freenode.net #fedora-meeting
time: 19:00 UTC (3 PM Eastern/ 12 PM Pacific)
This Thursday, April 14, we will meet to make sure we are
coordinated and ready for the public release of the Fedora 15 Beta
release on Tuesday, April 19, 2011.
This meeting works best when we have representatives from all of the
teams so we'll be looking for the following people to attend or send a
Ambassadors -- Pierros Papadeas
Design -- Máirín Duffy (likely need an alternate here - Emily?)
Documentation -- Zach Oglesby
FESCo -- Kevin Fenzi
Fedora Engineering Manager -- Tom "Spot" Callaway
Fedora Project Leader -- Jared Smith
Infrastructure -- Kevin Fenzi
Marketing -- Robyn Bergeron
Quality -- James Laska
Release Engineering -- Dennis Gilmore
Translation -- Noriko Mizumoto
Websites -- Ricky Zhou
See you Thursday!
logistics mailing list
Name: Cindy Ludwig
Location: currently Guildford, UK
User name: cludwig
Profession: technical translator, originally economics, process
engineering but surrounded by open source enthusiasts for so long I
would like to understand more about the subject
About Me: language nerd but still enough to learn Linux wise
Me and the Fedora Project: love the community spirit and seeing
familiar names contributing to Fedora projects (the world is so
As I don't yet know where to start I am happy for suggestions. I would
like to begin with some proofreading to get into the swing of things.
Looking forward to the project work :o),
Been away from https://translate.fedoraproject.org for some time due to
my study and exams but after visiting it I see that "Fedora has migrated
translations to a Fedora team at Transifex.net. Please login to
Transifex.net to add further translations to Fedora software. [...]"
So I went to https://www.transifex.net/ but I couldn't log in. Are
accounts on translate.fedoraproject.org and transifex.net seperate
entities? I'm puzzled because of that message on
translate.fedoraproject.org about logging in. Do I need to make a new
account on transifex.net?
I did that already just in case and my username is aarnes.
Since even before migration bosnian team had me + some other guy whom I
can't contact, my question is: is there a bosnian team on transifex.net?
If there is, how can I join it and if no, how to create it?
I see there is bosnian language on Languages section so it should exist,
Hi all folks:
I am a new user (sarnold) my name is Stéphane Arnold, I live in France.
I am working in a little company at administrative tasks. I am
interested in translating Linux desktop programs in French (fr_FR)
I have some computer skills, especially in development of UNIX C/C++ web
apps and Java web apps.
My GPG fingerprint:
pub 2048R/929B250E 2011-04-04
Empreinte de la clé = 825C 5CFD BDEC 4833 FFC8 5533 86AE 5999 929B
uid Stephane Arnold<stephanearnold(a)yahoo.fr>
sub 2048R/6C4A4732 2011-04-04
Thank you for your attention.
My name is Béla Begre. I live in Budapest, Hungary. I am a 19 years old
student and I would like to be a software engineer. I have passed an English
language exam at basic level and I am going to take an intermediate one
during this summer.
I have been using Linux for four years. It was UHU 2.0 that I met first.
Since then I have tried several other distributions. For a longer time SUSE,
Ubuntu and Mint were running on my PC. As a Lucid Lynx user I did not notice
any big differences between Linuxes that seem to be very similar at first
sight and I did not know why there are so many of them.
I would not like to use my computer only for ordinary things but for
programming, audio editing and other serious works so I started to search
for an operating system in which simplicity is not the first or the most
important point of view. I have enquired at some Linux communities and
finally one of the Fedora ambassadors, Zoltán Hoppár advised me to try
Fedora so I changed the purple-orange to the blue :)
I like the community of Fedora and I would like to be part of it and I would
gladly help translating Fedora into Hungarian.
Béla Begre (belaqq)