[kubuntu-devel] Using Rosetta for Kubuntu
dgvirtual at akl.lt
Tue Aug 9 02:01:05 CDT 2005
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Jonathan Riddell ra??:
> The good news is that we now have split language packs,
> language-pack-xx, language-pack-gnome-xx and language-pack-kde-xx
> which means the breezy kubuntu CDs will actually have KDE transltions
> on them.
Now, that is a REALLY good news!
Now, back to the Kubuntu specific KDE translations:
It would help me (and i guess, other translators) a great deal if
programs, that are not developed along with the mainstreem KDe, but that
are an important part of Kubuntu, were to be put somewhere in Rosetta,
or maybe just listed somewhere with references to where and how the
translation takes place.
I am thinking of Kaffeine, amaroK, or the knetworkconf module, that
seems to be thrown into Kubuntu now while the mainstreem KDE will carry
it only in 3.5.
Then, besides my KDE translation, I would easily go into Rosetta and
localize those programs..
Would that be easy to do, or not worth the effort?
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