Fwd: Translated packaging/development docs available

Pierre Slamich pierre.slamich at gmail.com
Mer 5 Déc 19:53:33 UTC 2012


FYI
Ca serait cool d'arriver à traduire ça pour motiver des français à devenir
empaqueteurs :-)

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From: Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com>
Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:36 PM
Subject: Translated packaging/development docs available
To: ubuntu-translators at lists.ubuntu.com, "Ubuntu local community team
(LoCo) contacts" <loco-contacts at lists.ubuntu.com>


Hello everyone,

We have achieved a huge milestone in the development community. For
years we wanted translatable packaging and development documentation.
It's there. If you head to

        http://developer.ubuntu.com/packaging/

we have the guide available in the following formats:
 * HTML, multiple pages
 * HTML, one single page
 * PDF
 * EPUB

both in English *and in Spanish*.

This is absolutely awesome. From now on we will be able to add languages
and have up-to-date Packaging and Development docs available whenever
they are complete enough.

This work was brought to you by many people who worked very hard to get
all the bits right, both on the packaging, integration, beautification
and translations sides. You all know who you are. Be proud of your work.
This will ease the steps of many people into helping out with Ubuntu!

As always this is ongoing work and the great thing is, you can help out.
You can file bugs on the guide, translate it and improve it here:

        https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-packaging-guide

It’s great we finally got there. Now let’s get all the other
translations up to scratch! :-D

Have a great day,
 Daniel

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