Heads up: Translate Firefox and Thunderbird keywords
kelemeng at gnome.hu
Thu Apr 5 20:43:56 UTC 2012
Recently the Firefox and Thunderbird desktop files got keywords support,
which means: if a user types one of the keywords into the Unity dash,
the relevant application shows up.
So it would be important to translate these strings into as many
languages as possible.
Unfortunately, these applications are not supported on Launchpad
Translations, so we have to edit the following wiki pages:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/Wanted/FirefoxDesktop - fill in the
translation of "Internet;WWW;Browser;Web;Explorer" under the Keywords column
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/Wanted/ThunderbirdDesktop - fill in
the translation of "Email;E-mail;Newsgroup;Feed;RSS" under the Keywords
As with other keywords, these do not have to be word by word
translations. Instead you can list the words that users are likely to
search for when they want to browse the web / write a mail.
Thanks for your collaboration
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