Which apps to start with
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Mon Jun 13 12:05:51 UTC 2011
El dl 13 de 06 de 2011 a les 14:04 +0200, en/na goof at coppernet.zm va
> I have spent some few days translating tuxpaint into Bemba ( some 60%
> done now) in order to gain some experience with translations. I now
> write to ask the more experienced translators here on which packages
> to start with translating that will show value faster and also will
> allow me to ease into the more complex translations without causing
> too much frustration.
First of all, welcome to the Ubuntu Translations community!
If you want to translate Ubuntu into Bemba, I'd recommend simply going
and starting from there.
The list is ordered by priority (most important applications at the
top), and roughly the first two pages contain the applications installed
by default in Ubuntu.
I'd recommend starting with some of the Ubuntu-specific applications, so
that you can get started easily and you can see the results straight
You can try the following:
Unity Applications Place:
Unity Files Place:
These are relatively short and quite visible, so they're a good place to
You can then continue with all the indicator-* templates below the Unity
As you're translating more, you'll find other templates fo which the
ones above are dependant, and then you can take it from there.
Other translators on the list might have other suggestions as well.
* Also if you're testing translations, remember to subscribe to
the language packs PPA to get weekly translation updates and
check your progress on a running system.
* You'll find the instructions on how to add the PPA on
* Note that you'll have to make sure you've done all the 3 steps
under the "Request language addition" section to get a language
pack created for Bemba:
If you've got any questions, remember that we're here to help, so don't
Ubuntu Translations Coordinator
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