Messages did not get merge
anousak at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 08:35:37 GMT 2010
Appreciated for your kind attention and suggestion herewith. I had
this impression but some of of the work I already started with KDE and
now with GNOME.
By the way do you know what are other upstreams (or how many upstreams
that Ubuntu have) that I can check? Please suggest.
Thanks so much.
The Lao Team
On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 2:13 PM, Aron Xu <happyaron.xu at gmail.com> wrote:
> For Lao team, I found there are no active upstream teams working on the
> translations (TP, GNOME, KDE). Launchpad will automatically
> accept upstream translations and merge them into new releases, but not
> always sync translations from old releases to the newer ones that
> translated only on Launchpad.
> We recommend every Ubuntu translator contribute upstream because their
> work can benefit more users, and make the duplication of work to the
> least. So the best way to solve your problem is starting the work on
> upstream projects mentioned above, when there are new software release
> is available, translations included by upstream will be imported to
> Launchpad as well. If you need further assistance on creating teams
> upstream, feel free to ask here, :)
> As for Thai team, I think the problem is a bit different. Templates in
> Launchpad not always the same as it in the project's trunk branch. It
> depends on whether the developers want the templates in Launchpad sync
> with their branch, thus forking a source code branch directly cannot
> help you make sure you have the correct thing needed to be translated.
> Best regards,
> Aron Xu
> On 2010年02月02日 14:11, Sira Nokyoongtong wrote:
>> I got some problem like that. I branch some project from trunk. But in the
>> po file is not same as translation in rosetta. I do something wrong?
>> PS. Branch of my team https://code.launchpad.net/~lp-l10n-th
>> 2010/2/2 Anousak Souphavanh <anousak at gmail.com>
>>> I was wondering how do all messages from, let say Hardy, merge onto
>>> Karmic. For Lao and perhaps others as well, It looks like messages
>>> didn't get merge at all. Please explain or clarify or perhaps give
>>> some pointer to merge them. Thanks.
>>> Anousak (Anthony) Souphavanh
>>> Lao team leader
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>>> ubuntu-translators at lists.ubuntu.com
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