Fwd: Translation templates that are used in a default installation of Ubuntu?
Evan R. Murphy
evanrmurphy at gmail.com
Thu Jun 11 17:39:11 BST 2009
Copy to the list of Phuong Vo's reply.
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From: Cá Vàng <clarious at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Translation templates that are used in a default
installation of Ubuntu?
To: "Evan R. Murphy" <evanrmurphy at gmail.com>
2009/6/11 Evan R. Murphy <evanrmurphy at gmail.com>:
> Hi Phuong,
> This MoST project sounds good! Thanks for your interest in making Ubuntu better.
> I'm not sure if you've already started translating--and if you have
> then by what process--but in case you didn't know, Ubuntu-specific
> translations are centrally hosted on Launchpad
> (https://launchpad.net/). There is a whole area of Launchpad dedicated
> to translation work and many subdivisions of that for the various
> localizations and releases of Ubuntu. For example, here are the
> Vietnamese translation templates for Ubuntu 9.04:
> https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/jaunty/+lang/vi. Notice that
> the page provides statistics regarding the number of strings that are
> still untranslated or need review, etc. for each template, hopefully
> providing the information you requested (i.e. "list of templates that
> need to be translated in order to make a fully localised version of
> You mentioned that you'd like to focus on Ubuntu 9.10; unfortunately,
> those translation templates aren't available yet
> (https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/karmic). However, the way
> Launchpad is designed, at least the majority of translations you make
> to the 9.04 templates _should_ automatically carry over to 9.10 once
> it opens up for translation. That means you can start working on 9.04
> as soon as early as now without worrying that your time is being
> wasted, even if you only care about having a localized 9.10 and won't
> be using 9.04 at all.
> I hope I've answered your questions here. Please write back if you
> need additional information.
> Evan R. Murphy
Thank you for your answer :)
But I think I haven't expressed clearly in my previous mail. I want to
focus on templates that are used in a default Ubuntu installation, the
rest can be translated later :) So if anyone can, please help me make a
list of those packages?
I am sorry for any misunderstanding caused.
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