[Fwd: Re: ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu changes]

David Planella david.planella at ubuntu.com
Tue Sep 29 10:28:11 BST 2009


Forwarding to the list, as it seems the e-mail only reached me:

-------- Missatge reenviat --------
De: Yaron Shahrabani <sh.yaron at gmail.com>
Per a: David Planella <david.planella at ubuntu.com>
Assumpte: Re: ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu changes
Data: Tue, 29 Sep 2009 11:08:56 +0200

Hey guys, sorry for bursting into an open door but does any of you know
if there has been RTL (Right-To-Left) adjustments for the installation
slideshow?
Basically it's important for bug testing and I need to see if everything
is aligned right and there is space for everything


Is it possible to see a sample if it has been aligned already?

Yaron Shahrabani - CTO
"The Campus"
Web: http://www.hacampus.org.il/
Israeli Applicable Studies Institute
200 Hativat Yiftah St., Karmiel, Israel
Phone Number: +972 (4) 9988508


2009/9/29 David Planella <david.planella at ubuntu.com>
        El dl 28 de 09 de 2009 a les 19:03 +0300, en/na Adi Roiban va
        escriure:
        > Hi,
        >
        > Since all ubiquity-slideshow template were approved with
        priority 0 they
        > were listed on the last page.
        >
        >
        https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/karmic/+source/ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu/
        >
        > I have change the priority to 200 (same as debian-installer).
        >
        
        
        Good work, Adi. Thanks for looking into that.
        
        > Also since the domain for each template is very generic (ex
        evolution,
        > fspot) , I have prepended "ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu-" to the
        name of
        > each template.
        > Otherwise we would have 2 templates named "evolution" (one for
        the real
        > evolution and the other one for ubiquity) and I can create
        confusions.
        >
        
        
        Yes, good idea. The ubiquity upstream project has also
        translations
        enabled, and I guess the template names should also be changed
        there to
        mirror the distro templates.
        
        > All templates are included in the language packs. Is there a
        reason to
        > include them the language packs?
        >
        
        
        I can't see any reason, I believe the language pack checkboxes
        can be
        unticked.
        
        > Do you think it is best to have a single template for all
        > ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu templates or it is best to leave
        them in
        > separate files? In my view it is much simpler to have them in
        a single
        > POT file.
        >
        
        
        I do agree, but I'm guessing that this has been done like this
        due to
        the build system of ubiquity? Evan, could you tell us more about
        this?
        
        Thanks.
        
        Regards,
        David.
        
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