shaiton at fedoraproject.org
Mon Oct 31 14:05:39 UTC 2011
On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 1:41 PM, John J. McDonough <wb8rcr at arrl.net> wrote:
> The following languages show as complete:
> es, fr, ja, nl, ru, uk
> later today I plan to make an RPM so that when the user does the first
> update they have the latest Release Notes, and as many translations as
> possible. (The RPM for the final compose was due weeks ago).
> Are there other languages that should be included in the RPM, even
> though they are not complete?
> Also, a number of languages show messages missing from the PO file.
> However, it does appear those missing messages are translated, so I'm
> not 100% certain what is going on here. To see your messages visit:
> code)/(language code).log
> where the language code is the Publican code, for example:
> If all goes according to plan, we will publish all completed
> translations around November 7 to docs.fp.o. Again, if you want
> something published that doesn't show 100% in Transifex, just let me
> Currently, there is one outstanding bug that doesn't show in the POT
> files. I anticipate a rash of bugs following release, so I am waiting
> for that to happen before updating the POTs. There will probably be at
> least one RPM built after release, and it will include any additional
> translations available at that time.
> Thanks for all your hard work..
Hi, thank you for the reminder.
I've seen the message missing in POT things, but could not find where
they come from. Regarding the fr-FR one, all seems to be translated
and built in French, for example.
I think that you should not include Revision History in your
statistics, this file is useful, but not really needed to be
translated (I translated it only in order to get 100% ^^), IMHO of
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