Call to translators: new guide on Transifex, the Fedora Virtualization Deployment and Administration Guide
Leslie S Satenstein
lsatenstein at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 30 23:13:30 UTC 2013
I don't mind doing the translation, but not necessarily using the software, you mentioned. The reason is that it only does a literal translation, which is in the end no better than subjecting the English to Google or Yahoo.translate.
I have proof read the French Revision notes as translated, and marked them up for the authors to review. I am however quite willing to do the translate as it should be done, by me, a human.
Let me know, and send the link so I can dl the english document
Mr. Leslie Satenstein
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> From: Pete Travis <me at petetravis.com>
>To: Fedora Translation Project List <trans at lists.fedoraproject.org>
>Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2013 5:50 PM
>Subject: Re: Call to translators: new guide on Transifex, the Fedora Virtualization Deployment and Administration Guide
>On 06/30/2013 03:21 PM, Jérôme Fenal wrote:
>>Another guide on the block, the Fedora Virtualization Deployment
and Administration Guide, has now been set up on Transifex for
>>The guide is the a merge between the following guides:
>>- the Virtualization Administration Guide,
>>- the Virtualization Host Configuration,
>>- the Guest Installation Guide.
>>I plan to update the resources as upstream moves, do let me know
>>is moving too fast as time passes.
>>The project can be found here on Transifex:
>>And here if you want to follow its evolution or file tickets:
>>It covers both Fedora virtualization (KVM) and oVirt.
>>Please let me know also of issues you could have, and please file
tickets to improve its quality.
>>Regards, happy translating,
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>I can't speak personally for the owner of this guide, but in
general, docs writers haven't been getting much use out of trac in
recent releases. Filing a bug against the guide in Bugzilla will
probably get best results.
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