Application translation complete; what happens now?
jordi at canonical.com
Mon Jun 5 19:13:11 BST 2006
[Oops, I just found this email half-written in my drafts folder --
On Tue, May 16, 2006 at 01:12:43AM +0100, Tim Morley wrote:
> In the space of a couple of months, we've all but completed our
> translation of OpenOffice.org in Rosetta, and we're just considering
> putting the champagne on ice.
This is quite impressive. Congratulations!
> Question: what happens now? It appears that all the work we've done
> is apparently for Breezy, not Dapper, but obviously Breezy was
> released last year and is about to be superseded, so what happens to
> our work?
> In fact, there are two questions here:
> (1) What do we need to do ourselves to get our work from Rosetta's
> database compiled into a functioning, localised copy of OOo? Will
> this be done by Ubuntu people, or do is there more for us to do?
This will be done by the Ubuntu people.
> (2) At what point does translation work done for Breezy get
> carried over to Dapper? I'm assuming this must happen at some point,
> because it would make no sense not to, but it doesn't seem to have
> happened yet, at least for our work.
Carlos will do this for breezy -> dapper, and as soon as edgy opens, for
dapper -> edgy as well.
Jordi Mallach Pérez -- Debian developer http://www.debian.org/
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