FC6 release docs
repavici at globalnet.hr
Wed Jun 21 03:03:23 UTC 2006
Dana Wed, 21 Jun 2006 04:12:03 +0200, Paul W. Frields
<stickster at gmail.com> napisali ste:
Thanks for tips. I saw those pages, but they mention
Currently I have acces to @i18n.redhat.com:/usr/local/CVS
and I am not able to use this account to check up the content of firts on.
Is it my error, or should I ask for separate cvs account for first cvs?
Also, when I -list what I could acces from second cvs, there are two docs
with bunch of xml files (I have no prob with them, can translate them
without damaging any code). What's their purpose in general schema?
I was planing to start just as you noted, but to skip the translating
guide for now. I was thinking about installation guide and release notes
at least. I'm not sure that I will have that much time to translate
anything beyond those files within next 2-3 months (kinda busy, also I've
got desc file to finish), maybe some intro pages on wiki :(
Thanks for patience, and please excuse me if I incorrectly named any
> On Wed, 2006-06-21 at 02:56 +0200, Renato Pavičić wrote:
>> I would like to give it a shot and try to translate some of the docs for
>> - What's the priority list?
>> - Where do I get them via CVS? fedora-docs?
>> - Where and how so I commit them?
> Refer to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/Translation for
> information on translating documentation. In particular, the
> Translation Quick Start Guide at
> http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/translation-quick-start-guide/ should
> I would say, start with translating the Translation Quick Start Guide
> itself. Following that, I would say remain on hold for the Release
> Notes. If you have spare time while you wait for FC6 relnotes to start
> rolling in, the Installation Guide might be a nice place to visit. :-)
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