Translations important for Xubuntu
José Jorge Enríquez
josejorge at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 17:28:13 UTC 2014
I'm new to the mail list and, although not for sure, I wanted to have a
look at what contributions are you looking for. However, I can't not access
your link, first it requires an Ubuntu One account (which I have), and then
it indicates something about being authorized to access it:
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On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 12:25 PM, José Jorge Enríquez <josejorge at gmail.com>
> I'm new to the mail list and, although not for sure, I wanted to have a
> look at what contributions are you looking for. However, I can't not access
> your link, first it requires an Ubuntu One account (which I have), and then
> it indicates something about being authorized to access it:
> On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 11:45 AM, Pasi Lallinaho <pasi at shimmerproject.org>
>> Hello you who are interested in improving the Xubuntu community!
>> As a part of the effort to describe more processes and make it easier for
>> new people to jump in contributing, we put up a list of translations that
>> are important for Xubuntu. This list would serve as the starting point for
>> translators willing to help Xubuntu. Thank you David and others!
>> The list is on a pad at
>> The list is separated to three (four) groups:
>> 1) Only in Xubuntu
>> 2) Built (mainly) for Xubuntu
>> 3) Used by and essential for Xubuntu
>> 4) To be considered (or, "Anything else shipped by default in
>> The first three groups with applications would be listed in the processes
>> wiki page . The fourth group would be mentioned briefly as the next
>> go-to place after one has translated groups 1-3. Additionally, we should
>> encourage translators to translate any other application they are using in
>> I've left a space for discussion at the end of the pad for comments.
>> Please use that or reply to this thread in the mailing list to give
>> Please note that whatever state the list was in after some time (the next
>> meeting or so), I'll move the list to the processes page. This is because
>> being in place, the list can immediately help new contributors to get
>> started with translations. Since these processes are now outside the
>> Strategy Document, it is easy enough to go and change them without needing
>> to go through much bureaucracy. In other words, even when the list is in
>> place, it's always up for discussion.
>>  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/Processes
>> P.S. If you suddenly became interested in translating Xubuntu into your
>> own language, you can start now by following the links on the pad.
>> Pasi Lallinaho (knome) » http://open.knome.fi/
>> Leader of Shimmer Project » http://shimmerproject.org/
>> Ubuntu member, Xubuntu team member » http://xubuntu.org/
>> xubuntu-devel mailing list
>> xubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com
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