Xubuntu How to Submit Our XFCE Translations?

Noumaan Yaqoob y.noumaan at gmail.com
Fri May 15 12:30:11 BST 2009


Thank you guys, ok so we have already submitted our translations to
upstream how long will it take for ubuntu to pick up our translations
from xfce?

Adi yes we can replace the .mo to test translations but we actually
wanted to see what happens when a user installs the language support
from its system. We are thinking about proposing changes for our
locale. for example we need to figure out how to use bidirectional
texts. how to change digits, numbers, date and currency options. How
to use a default font for our locale and some other changes.

By the way we are working on Urdu localization of Xubuntu only. The
main goal is to work on a remastered version of Xubuntu in Urdu
language.





On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 2:51 PM, Adi Roiban <adi at roiban.ro> wrote:
> Hi Noumaan,
>
> As far as I know many of the Xubuntu packages are in Ubuntu universe
> repository.
>
> In Launchpad Translations we now have only packages from main.
>
> The only option for updating the translations is to update the source
> packages.
>
> For testing, you can replace the required .mo on your own system.
>
> Cheers,
> Adi
>
> În data de Vi, 15-05-2009 la 09:08 +0600, Noumaan Yaqoob a scris:
>> I am sure so many people have asked  this question here before, but
>> since I couldn't figure it out so here I am. We just finished
>> translating XFCE. We have submitted it to the XFCE but we want to see
>> it in Jaunty so that we can test our translations in Xubuntu and
>> figure out how to improve the over all language support so that
>> translations fit perfectly.
>>
>> But we can't figure out how we can submit our translations to
>> launchpad? for example there is a template
>> libexo I can find this package in launchpad but I can not find a
>> translation template for it.
>>
>> Numaan
>>
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