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Wed Jul 6 16:55:39 CDT 2005

|| svaksha || writes: 

> Thanks, Mark ! 
> On 7/5/05, Mark Shuttleworth <mark at canonical.com> wrote: 
>> Welcome, Svaksha! The best place to start is in Rosetta. 
>>    https://launchpad.ubuntu.com/distros/ubuntu/hoary/+translations 
>> It would be good to setup an Ubuntu translation team for each of those
>> languages, and add you to it.
> some packages already have a few Indian languages like hindi, marathi,
> punjabi, tamil, bengali, malayalam, etc.. listed. 
> https://launchpad.ubuntu.com/distros/ubuntu/hoary/+sources/gaim/+pots/gaim/
> https://launchpad.ubuntu.com/distros/ubuntu/hoary/+sources/gaim/+pots/gaim/hi/+translate 
> however  they have "Permissions:  Closed".  In that case how does one
> join a particular team ?

I think it should be sufficient to add the relevant language to your 
profile. Login and go to Rosetta, then choose "Select languages" on the 
right hand side. Add the language, then you should be able to translate! 

>> All you'll need is a web browser, and an understanding of the way
>> translation works in software! If you have further questions, this is
>> the list.
> i have libpango1.0 (ver1.6.0b) for layout and rendering and
> libpango1.0 common (ver1.6.0b) modules and config files.
> Is that the right library package for displaying Devanagari scripts ? 
> Do i need to download any fonts or are they installed in the system. 
> I noticed that Applications>Accessories>CharacterMap does have the
> support but how can i use it with gedit.
> Are indic script glyphs supported in OO-1.1 (i use Ubuntu 4.10).

Sorry i can't help you with this, hopefully someone else on the list will! 
If not, you can try asking the mailing list at ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com 

Good luck :) 


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