Reminder: Translation deadline for Fedora 9 is in 2 days (7/4)
dimitris at glezos.com
Mon Apr 7 08:55:46 UTC 2008
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 5:42 AM, Dapid Candra <dapidc at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am wondering if my language (id) will be included in Fedora 9
> release. Seems that all module is ignoring the language, and the
> maintainers also. Why should we do this great effort then?
Everybody working on Fedora are working hard to make Fedora a great
product and like their contributed (usually non-payed) work to be
appreciated. Please understand that if there is a bug somewhere, it is
most probably because someone hasn't found the time yet to work on it.
Reporting it as early as possible in the release cycle in a
constructive matter, is the best way to get it fixed.
> Recently I got mails from Wade, in those so many emails he sent, none
> is for id. I check the
> https://translate.fedoraproject.org/module/docs-release-notes, and
> surprise that even hi_IN, language with no name and only 6%
> translated, got listed.
> What's wrong with language id? Almost every module listed id as 'not
> in LINGUAS file' even though I contact the maintainer directly. Seems
> that you are ignoring us.
>From 'listed' I guess you mean the LINGUAS file, because I see the
language showing up on the stats, as Noriko pointed out. As noted in
the following FAQ entry, when a module is using such a file to track
the shipped languages, we expect the translator to add his locale in
this file upon completion. These warnings for the modules which don't
use a LINGUAS file or similar, can be safely be ignored:
> Then I have another problem :(
> Is there anyway I can create the entities and submit using transifex?
Transifex has the 'common entities' module available for some time now:
If you find something that can't be submitted through Tx, please let
us know by quickly opening a bug report. For quick answering of simple
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