Translating Ubuntu on phones for RTM

Khoem Sokhem sokhem at
Wed Jul 16 02:03:26 UTC 2014

Hi David,

Thank for your email. I will have to complete Khmer as soon as possible.

But I have tested the emulator, and I noticed that it seem no Khmer 
font, because It show blank when changing language to Khmer.

It is very good, if you add Khmer fonts for Ubuntu phone. All Khmer 
fonts can be found here:



On 15-Jul-14 05:46 PM, David Planella wrote:
> Hi Translators,
> As mentioned in previous e-mails, this cicle the phone has got a 
> special focus: for the first time around, Ubuntu will be available on 
> retail phones later in the year.
> As a reminder, while the release schedule for the desktop remains the 
> same as usual, this time around all components related to the phone 
> have an earlier milestone called RTM (Release To Manufacture), which 
> falls in August this year.
> It's a unique opportunity to make Ubuntu phones available in your 
> language to a whole new wave of users, and as everyone is ramping up 
> to RTM, it would be great to have translations in as many languages as 
> possible before August. While the time is tight, I'm pretty sure that 
> even those translation teams who haven't started should be able to 
> manage pretty well: the complete string count is only about 1400 
> messages, which is a small figure compared with the numbers of 
> translations teams do during a cicle.
> You'll find daily stats and links to all templates that are part of 
> the phone image here:
> Some teams, such as the Asturian, have done an awesome job at getting 
> through most of the translations in a couple of days only [1]!
> So, let's get this phone translated! :-)
> Cheers,
> David.
> [1]

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