Installer translations

Iñigo Varela malditoastur at gmail.com
Thu Jul 1 18:43:51 BST 2010


Hi Sveinn
We had a similar case some time ago:
Our precious Asturian language xD was not offered in the installer even
with all translations done in Launchpad: debian-installer, ubiquity....
(I can't remember when it was ... maybe *buntu 9.04)

So we decided (as many times it's said here...) translate the apropriate
packages in upstream (DEBIAN)

I've seen that there are 3 levels. In your case:
http://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/level1/files/is/ 
http://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/level2/files/is/ 
http://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/level3/files/is/

...levels 2 and 3 seem incompleted. My advice is: better if you complete
them in upstream. That's all what i can tell you :S

Regards

El xueves, 01-xunetu-2010 a les 17:26 +0000, Sveinn í Felli escribió:
> Hi,
> 
> Have been testing installs of various *buntu 10.04 flavors; 
> can see that my own precious Icelandic language (IS) is not 
> offered in the installer.
> 
> debian-installer and most of ubiquity-debconf have been 
> translated some time ago (april ?).
> 
> So the questions are:
> 
> Are there other packages needed fully translated for our 
> language to be included in Live-installers ?
> 
> Is there a protocol/announcement to make if we want our 
> language to be included ?
> 
> Would such inclusion be ready for the release of 10.04.1 (or 
> whatever the update is called) ?
> 
> When is the next update of translations for 10.04 ?
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> Sveinn í Felli
> 
> 

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Iñigo Varela
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