Translations deadline approaching: useful translation resources

Simos Xenitellis simos.lists at googlemail.com
Wed Apr 4 16:53:37 UTC 2012


On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 11:22 AM, David Planella
<david.planella at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Al 04/04/12 10:11, En/na Simos Xenitellis ha escrit:
>> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 8:09 AM, David Planella
>> <david.planella at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>>> Al 04/04/12 04:51, En/na Jeremy Bicha ha escrit:
>>>> On 3 April 2012 07:21, David Planella <david.planella at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>>>>> Ubuntu docs translations
>>>>> ------------------------
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm hosting the translated HTML version of the Ubuntu docs and updating
>>>>> it daily with Launchpad translations here:
>>>>>
>>>>>    http://91.189.93.101/
>>>>
>>>> That website isn't working right. In both Firefox and Chromium, my
>>>> browser tries to download pages to my Downloads folder, instead of
>>>> just displaying them like normal webpages.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Jeremy
>>>
>>> Hi Jeremy,
>>>
>>> Thanks for the feedback. You might be hit by the same issue the Danish
>>> team was:
>>>
>>> Localized pages are served as <pagename>.html.<languagecode>, as per the
>>> <languagecode> sent by the browser when requesting the html page. I've
>>> noticed that for some language codes, the server uses the extension to
>>> guess the MIME type and serves them as a file whose MIME type matches
>>> that extension, instead of just text/html.
>>>
>>> I believe I've fixed it for Danish, Polish and Turkish now, but any
>>> confirmation by someone from those teams, or any help from someone with
>>> more Apache experience will be very welcome!
>>>
>>> Which language have you got set in your browser preferences?
>>>
>>
>> For our case the language code is 'el' which gets confused for Lisp
>> scripts or something like that.
>>
>> The browser shows the message that it tries to download an 'MS file
>> (2.5 KB)', though.
>>
>> Simos
>
> Thanks for the feedback Simos. I've explicitly defined el, pl, tr and da
> now, so that they are not interpreted as files other than text/html.
>
> Would you mind trying to go to http://91.189.93.101/ and seeing if it
> works for you now?
>

I get a Error 404 at the moment. Perhaps you are rearranging the site?

Simos



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