Translations Videocast Ideas

Anders Jenbo anders at jenbo.dk
Wed Mar 16 14:44:43 UTC 2011


Den 16-03-2011 14:21, David Planella skrev:
> El dt 15 de 03 de 2011 a les 15:40 +0100, en/na Hannie va escriure:
>> Op 15-03-11 14:28, David Planella schreef:
>>> Hi translators,
>>>
>>> I've been thinking about the topic for the next Ubuntu Translations
>>> Videocast, and I wanted to ask you for a bit of feedback.
>>>
>>>   From the questions on the last few days on the list and IRC, I think
>>> it'd be interesting to expand more on the imports from bzr branches, but
>>> other alternatives could be a generic Q+A session where everyone can ask
>>> their questions on translations, or now that we're approaching the
>>> Ubuntu Global Jam, perhaps a training session on how to organize and run
>>> a jam.
>>>
>>> So here are the options I'm thinking of. Please let me know which one
>>> you think would be most useful or if you've got other ideas:
>>>
>>>        1. Automatic Upstream Translation Imports
>>>        2. Ubuntu Translations Q+A
>>>        3. Organizing and Running a Translations Jam
>>>
>>> So, what would you like to know more about?
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> David.
>>>
>> Hello David,
>> Perhaps you can say something about the choice of version? At Gnome we
>> are translating Gnome version 3.0 (development version). In Natty I see
>> version 2.91.91, for instance. But other packages use version 2.32. At
>> Gnome there is no version 2.91, but I understand it is something between
>> 2.32 and 3.0.
>> Regards,
>> Hannie
>>
>>
> Hi Hannie,
>
> 2.91 is the development version of GNOME, which corresponds to the GNOME
> 3.0 release set in l10n.gnome.org. The version number will not be
> changed to 3.0 until GNOME3 is released (very soon).
>
> This is the normal practice in the GNOME release schedule, e.g. 2.29 was
> the development version number prior to the 2.30 release.
>
> In Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) some applications will be updated to 3.0 (e.g.
> yelp), whereas other will remain in 2.32 (e.g. Evolution).
>
> Regards,
> David.
>
How come Evolution is always one step behind?



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