Which translation packages have upstream sources?

Vojtěch Trefný vojtech.trefny at ubuntu.com
Wed Mar 21 19:57:30 UTC 2012


Dne 21. března 2012 20:55 Vojtěch Trefný <vojtech.trefny at gmail.com> napsal(a):
> 2012/3/21 Yaron Shahrabani <sh.yaron at gmail.com>:
>> I wish I could, I have no idea where to start...
>> Yaron Shahrabani
>>
>> <Hebrew translator>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 12:55 PM, David Planella <david.planella at ubuntu.com>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Al 21/03/12 11:50, En/na Yaron Shahrabani ha escrit:
>>> > This list needs updating, I'm not sure you can rely on that...
>>> >
>>>
>>> Hi Yaron,
>>>
>>> I was just pointing out to the templates priority list, which should be
>>> up to date.
>>>
>>> You probably were thinking of the list of packages below. Indeed, that
>>> one is not up to date, and in light of the effort required to keep it up
>>> to date, I think that unless someone steps up for maintaining it, we
>>> should probably delete it from the page.
>>>
>>> > Any other list?
>>> > Any chance that someone will update it?
>>>
>>> I believe you know the answer... :)
>>>
>>> In true open source spirit, would you like to volunteer for it?
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> David.
>>>
>>> > YaronShahrabani
>>> >
>>> >     <Hebrew translator>
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 <tel:2012> at 11:23 AM, David Planella
>>> > <david.planella at ubuntu.com <mailto:david.planella at ubuntu.com>> wrote:
>>> >
>>> >     Al 20/03/12 06:21, En/na Eagle Burkut ha escrit:
>>> >     > Dear All,
>>> >     >
>>> >     > The Precise (12.04) has 1345 translatable templates. How can we
>>> > know
>>> >     > which templates have upstream sources and which ones have not
>>> > (belong
>>> >     > only to Ubuntu)? If there is a upstream source for a given
>>> >     template, how
>>> >     > can we find its source template in upstream source project?
>>> > Thanks.
>>> >     >
>>> >
>>> >     Hi Eagle Burkut,
>>> >
>>> >     There is currently no automated way to find out which packages have
>>> > got
>>> >     upstream sources outside the Ubuntu project. Most importantly, even
>>> > for
>>> >     packages that are developed elsewhere, Ubuntu often adds or modifies
>>> > a
>>> >     few strings (e.g. GNOME Control Center [1]).
>>> >
>>> >     As we order the most important templates in Launchpad by priority,
>>> > this
>>> >     [2] and looking at the first one or two pages of templates for your
>>> >     language in Launchpad might give you a better idea.
>>> >
>>> >     So right now, I would recommend looking at Launchpad even for those
>>> >     templates translated upstream, to ensure they are complete.
>>> >
>>> >     Cheers,
>>> >     David.
>>> >
>>> >     [1]
>>> >
>>> > https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-translators/2012-March/005219.html
>>> >     [2] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/TemplatesPriority
>>> >
>>> >     --
>>> >     David Planella
>>> >     Ubuntu Translations Coordinator
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>>> >
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>>>
>>
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>
> We (Czech Ubuntu l10n Team) use this --
> http://wiki.ubuntu.cz/Lokalizace/Ubuntu -- list of "Ubuntu-specific"
> packages.
>
> First part ("Specifické pro Ubuntu") contains Ubuntu-specific packages
> like ubiquity installer, unity, indicators..; second part ("Pozměněné
> v Ubuntu") contains packages changed in Ubuntu like
> gnome-control-center mentioned by David; third part ("Quicklisty")
> contains packages/apps with quicklists desktop entries.
>
> It's incomplete (mainly the second part), but it's a good start :)
>
> --
> S pozdravem
>
> Vojtěch Trefný


We (Czech Ubuntu l10n Team) use this --
http://wiki.ubuntu.cz/Lokalizace/Ubuntu -- list of "Ubuntu-specific"
packages.

First part ("Specifické pro Ubuntu") contains Ubuntu-specific packages
like ubiquity installer, unity, indicators..; second part ("Pozměněné
v Ubuntu") contains packages changed in Ubuntu like
gnome-control-center mentioned by David; third part ("Quicklisty")
contains packages/apps with quicklists desktop entries.

It's incomplete (mainly the second part), but it's a good start :)

--
S pozdravem

Vojtěch Trefný



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