Translations deadline approaching: useful translation resources

Khoem Sokhem khoemsokhem at khmeros.info
Wed Apr 4 07:45:51 UTC 2012


On 04-Apr-12 11:46 AM, David Planella wrote:
> Al 04/04/12 04:47, En/na Khoem Sokhem ha escrit:
>> Hello David,
>>
>>
>> On 03-Apr-12 6:21 PM, David Planella wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> Just a quick announcement of a couple of resources that should help you
>>> in translating 12.04. I've been mentioning some of them, but not too
>>> widely in the last few weeks, as they are still experimental. So if you
>>> see any bug, downtime or anything worth reporting, please let me know.
>>>
>>> I hope you find them useful!
>>>
>>> Translations stats
>>> ------------------
>>>
>>> The translations stats site is a resource that should help translation
>>> teams focus their precious time on the most important translations and
>>> track and showcase their progress:
>>>
>>>       http://91.189.93.77/stats/precise
>> I looked at the link and saw that Khmer translation is 35%, Does this
>> mean that Khmer will not include in the release or 12.04?
>> Today I download Beta 2 release and try to install but unfortunately I
>> did not see Khmer language in Ubuntu Installer. I have finished
>> translating debian-installer and most of the files in:
>> https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/precise/+lang/km
>>
> Hi Sokhem,
>
> In general, for new languages to be included, I would recommend getting
> involved much earlier in the development process. We're very close to
> release time now, which leaves very little time for those changes and
> might make it more difficult to add any new language for 12.04.
>
> That said, looking at the publishing history of the Khmer language pack,
> I see it has been available since Lucid, which means Khmer translations
> have been packaged and shipped for already 5 releases by now.
>
> - Have you tried going to System Settings>  Language Support and install
> Khmer? Does that work?

I have installed Khmer language pack and font, everything looks well. 
but the problem is no Khmer language in Ubuntu installer.

I hope Colin Watson will help me on this.

Thank you for your explanations.

Regards,
Sokhem





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