Another guide on the block, the Fedora Virtualization Deployment and
Administration Guide, has now been set up on Transifex for translation.
The guide is the a merge between the following guides:
- the Virtualization Administration Guide,
- the Virtualization Host Configuration,
- the Guest Installation Guide.
I plan to update the resources as upstream moves, do let me know if it
is moving too fast as time passes.
The project can be found here on Transifex:
And here if you want to follow its evolution or file tickets:
It covers both Fedora virtualization (KVM) and oVirt.
Please let me know also of issues you could have, and please file tickets
to improve its quality.
Regards, happy translating,
My name is Sergei. I'm from Russia, Komsomolsk-on-Amur. My FAS username
is smaximov. I'm currently a student of Master's degree program, major
is Software and Administration of Information Systems (Математическое
обеспечение и администрирование информационных систем, not sure how to
properly name it in English). While I feel pretty comfortable with
computers/Linux, I always try to improve my skills.
I want to start contributing to the project by making translations.
I also have poor programming experience (not taking into account my
homeworks), so I hope I will have a possibility to participate in the
development of some real-world project.
My GPG info:
λ localhost /tmp → gpg --fingerprint 6777023B
pub 2048R/6777023B 2013-07-04
Отпечаток ключа = 077B 73EF 5BBF 8021 44E4 5B7E 4E2E 4B71 6777 023B
uid Sergei Maximov (Sergei Maximov) <s.b.maximov(a)gmail.com>
sub 2048R/ABD38F35 2013-07-04
WBR, S. Maximov
2013/7/2 Jeremi Sołtysiak <jeremi.soltysiak(a)gmail.com>:
> I've just went to http://fedoraproject.org/pl/ and I see "2 lutego 2013
> wydano Fedorę 19!" which means "Fedora 19 released on February 2, 2013!"
Thank you Jeremi,
I'm forwarding your report to the translation teams, the Polish L10n
team sure will fix this soon.
Have fun with Fedora 19!
As in Fedora, I really miss a per team activity and per member
statistics, to see witch member is the most active, and how much has
he/she translated. Right now there is a counter that provides per
person translation amount on the personal dashboard. I'd like to know
that is it possible to see these amounts as coordinator, and if yes
then how? Any client or command line stat that returns with team
translation amount and activity data?