On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 11:03 PM, John J. McDonough <wb8rcr(a)arrl.net> wrote:
On Tue, 2012-05-08 at 22:58 +0800, Cheng-Chia Tseng wrote:
> Only 100% translated languages are included.
> Can other languages which also try hard to translate be included?
> Although Chinese (Taiwan) language is not 100% now, but the most
> common part are translated.
> I would like my language be included too. ;)
I guess this is important. I am happy to include any language for which
the team wants it included. Some teams don't want to release anything
that isn't 100%. Other teams hit the important things first and want to
release whatever is done.
I will make it a point to include zh-TW in the next RPM.
Thanks a lot! :)
> On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 10:50 PM, John J. McDonough <wb8rcr(a)arrl.net>
> I guess I should post the step-by-step gory details for
> testing the
> release notes. This looks pretty awful but really only takes
> a few
> First, go to
> As new translations become available, the 17.0.0 will become
> 17.0.2, etc. The last of those three numbers represents the
> of the RPM which usually changes only because of new
> translations. If
> the original changes (new strings), the second number will
> On that page, click on "fedora-release-notes-17.0.0-1.fc17"
> Click on "download" in:
> noarch (build logs)
> fedora-release-notes-17.0.0-1.fc17.noarch.rpm (info)
> Open with "Software Install". You will need to provide a
> password to
> install an unsigned package. (It doesn't get signed until it
> You should now have a Release Notes menu choice under
> "Accessories" in
> your logged in language. Clicking on it should take you to
> release notes in your logged in language. You can see other
> by logging out and selecting a different language at the
> bottom of the
> screen while logging back in. the current RPM contains
> English and Ukrainian. Any other language selection will
> result in
> If all is well, go to the original link, log in, and at the
> bottom of
> the screen, click "Add a comment". Select "Works for
> make any
> notes you like. Click the "Add Comment" button.
> When you are done, you can revert your system back to the
> release notes by going to a command line as root and typing
> yum downgrade fedora-release-notes
> Once three people have done this, the translated release notes
> will be
> staged for the release repository.
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