Translations deadline approaching: useful translation resources

Jeremy Bicha jbicha at
Wed Apr 4 11:15:24 UTC 2012

On 4 April 2012 07:01, Jeremy Bicha <jbicha at> wrote:
> On 4 April 2012 01:09, David Planella <david.planella at> wrote:
>> Al 04/04/12 04:51, En/na Jeremy Bicha ha escrit:
>>> On 3 April 2012 07:21, David Planella <david.planella at> wrote:
>>>> Ubuntu docs translations
>>>> ------------------------
>>>> I'm hosting the translated HTML version of the Ubuntu docs and updating
>>>> it daily with Launchpad translations here:
>>> That website isn't working right. In both Firefox and Chromium, my
>>> browser tries to download pages to my Downloads folder, instead of
>>> just displaying them like normal webpages.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Jeremy
>> Hi Jeremy,
>> Thanks for the feedback. You might be hit by the same issue the Danish
>> team was:
>> Localized pages are served as <pagename>.html.<languagecode>, as per the
>> <languagecode> sent by the browser when requesting the html page. I've
>> noticed that for some language codes, the server uses the extension to
>> guess the MIME type and serves them as a file whose MIME type matches
>> that extension, instead of just text/html.
>> I believe I've fixed it for Danish, Polish and Turkish now, but any
>> confirmation by someone from those teams, or any help from someone with
>> more Apache experience will be very welcome!
>> Which language have you got set in your browser preferences?
> en-US, en
> Personally, I think it might be more useful to allow looking at any
> language's docs although using the browser language as the default is
> probably good too.

To be more specific, maybe the front page could auto-redirect to
something like but anyone could type in
/en-US/ or /zh-CN/ or whatever to look at other languages without
having to change their browser settings.


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