[l10n-kur] KDE 4.2 de bi kurdi be
simurg56 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 7 22:46:21 GMT 2009
I was born and grew up out of kurdistan and now live in Istabul but I did
never thought that it is a barrier to learning my language. I dont think
that this is an valid reason. If you realy wish, you can of course write and
speak. Erdal is right; `*We don't kill anyone because of bad Kurdish*.` You
may start learning by practising here ;)
On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 8:50 PM, Steve Kurt <stevenkurt at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Erdal,
> I wish I can write in Kurdish, I wish I can speak Kurdish. I only speak
> English and Turkish fluently. My Kurmanci is very limited. I did not get a
> chance to learn because I grow-up in Istanbul. I am 100% Kurdish, both my
> parents speak Kurdish very well, just not me.
> Can you let me know when Kurdish translation is finished please.
> Silav hewal
> > Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2009 13:51:50 +0200
> > From: erdal.ronahi at gmail.com
> > To: ubuntu-l10n-kur at lists.ubuntu.com
> > Subject: Re: [l10n-kur] KDE 4.2 de bi kurdi be
> > Hi Steve,
> > On 1/7/09, Steve Kurt <stevenkurt at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > How is translation of KDE-Kurdish going? I will get new version of Roj
> > > Linux with KDE Kurdish developed as soon as KDE Kurdish is ready.
> > Kurdish will be officila part of the KDE 4.2 release. The Kurdish
> > translations will be in the tarball.
> > However, it will not appear in the Ubuntu repositories immediately, so
> > you have to pull them from upstream.
> > Please try to write Kurdish on this list, if you can. We don't kill
> > anyone because of bad Kurdish.
> > Silav,
> > Erdal
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