Where are my translations?
lafeber-dumoleyn2 at zonnet.nl
Sun May 30 15:11:45 BST 2010
Thank you for your suggestion. What a coincidence. Today I thought of
importing my translations into Launchpad, since uploading them to Gnome-nl
is probably not enough. As soon as I have found out what is the right way of
getting a translation published I will let you know through this mailing
>> As a member of the Dutch translation team I have translated the
>> (upstream) documentation of gedit, Empathy and Gnome-utils. In the
>> beginning of April I sent the .po-files to Gnome-nl, where the files
>> were committed. I am sad to say that, although I have sent them on time,
>> they do not appear in Lucid Lynx, where I still get the English version.
>> What happened to my translations? Have I done all the hard work for
>> At Gnome-nl they say it is ubuntu's responsibility to publish the
>> translations. But who is responsible: ubuntu-translators or ubuntu-nl?
>> How does it work? Should I have imported my translations in Launchpad,
>> or is this done automatically?
>> Will my translations appear in a language update? And if so, when?
>> I would really appreciate it if someone can help me on this, because it
>> is rather frustrating to do all the hard work for nothing.
> Hi Hannie
> I'm a translator and don't know all that much, so the following are
> just my impressions/opinions.
> I have also found that imports in Ubuntu are very difficult to figure
> out. The safe way is to specifically commit/import the translation
> both to the original project and in Launchpad. I don't know who is
> ultimately "responsible", but at least it is something you *can*
> choose to do yourself. My advice is therefore to do it yourself, even
> if it's not your responsibility. It may be necessary to file a bug
> report to have it included in a language pack now, after the release.
> In the near future, Launchpad should get automatic bzr imports from
> gnome in particular, which means synchronization will happen within a
> day, I think. I don't know the complete prospects for this feature,
> but it sure will make life easier.
> Best regards
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