[Fedora-trans-fr] Mode d'emploi!?

Audrey Simons asimons at redhat.com
Fri Mar 19 00:27:56 UTC 2004

Olivier BIETZER a écrit:

> Traduction termine'e (avec l'aide de Tristan Israel qui avait de'ja` 
> te'le'charge' en anonyme et commence' le boulot).
> Ou` peut-on trouver un petit mode d'emploi pour cre'er sa cle', 
> s'inscrire et pouvoir 'commit' ses propres modifs, je crois que 
> tristan serait inte'resse'. Si le mode ope'ratoire existe en anglais, 
> je veux bien le traduire.   

Malheureusement il n'existe actuellement aucune instruction sur le site Web.
Les étapes à suivre pour traduire les modules sont envoyées dans un 
email de bienvenue lorsqu'une personne s'inscrit.

Voici un email envoyé sur fedora-docs-list expliquant comment s'inscrire 
et que faire:


To become a translator, you first need to sign up an account on

The steps to generate ssh key pair need by the sign up process are:

* open a terminal window
* [username at host homedirectory]$ cd .ssh
* [username at host .ssh]$ ls
* If you see "id_dsa" and "id_dsa.pub", you can skip the following 
steps. However, you must remember the password you have used to generate 
the keys.
* If you do not see the above two files, do the following:
* [username at host .ssh]$ssh-keygen -t dsa
* You will be requested to enter your password twice to generate the key 
* Once the keys are generated, copy the "id_dsa.pub" content and paste 
it into the account sign up page. (you can use "cat id_dsa.pub" to 
display the key content.)

Once you have submitted account request, and got it approved, you can 
start to check out the modules.

The CVSROOT for the software translation module is 
":ext:username at i18n.redhat.com:/usr/local/CVS". You can add aliases in 
your ~/.bashrc file to make life easier. The alias name can be changed 
using your own preference. And don't forget to substitute the "username" 
with your user name. eg:

alias cvs-software='export 
CVSROOT=:ext:username at i18n.redhat.com:/usr/local/CVS'

Now, you are ready to check out modules. The module name for software po 
files is "translate". e.g.

[username at host homedirectory]$ cvs-software
[username at host homedirectory]$ cvs -z9 co translate

You should be able to find all software package names under ~/translate/ 
directory. Under each package, there are a number of po files such as 
"de.po" or "fr.po". The name represents the language code.


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