În data de Du, 06-12-2009 la 02:22 +0100, Torsten Bronger a scris: > Hallöchen! > > In order to lower the barrier to translate projects, it would be > helpful if Rosetta itself uses the user's preferred language. So, is > enabling of translations of Launchpad itself on the todo list? Is > there a related bug report that one could subscribe to? Why do you mean by planned ? Like Canonical to pay for implementing that feature in Launchpad? There are some bug requests and they were accepted. Everyone is invited to contribute. >From my point of view, in order to translate free software you will need to know English. Most of the apps are originally written in English. Of course, you can also Rosetta for proofreading but I still recommend knowledge of English to check the translation has the same meaning. In the Romanian translation team we have a member that is not doing translations, but rather proofreading but since the Rosetta interface is so simple, he did not had any problems in using Launchpad Translations. Rather than having Rosetta translated (which is not trivial) I encourage writing a help document / tutorial on using Rosetta in the required languages. Some useful links: https://help.launchpad.net/Translations/StartingToTranslate https://help.launchpad.net/Translations/Guide You can make that guide visible by following this guide. Maybe we can present that banner in the user native language. https://help.launchpad.net/Translations/Guidelines There is also a dedicated group/mailing list for discussing translations in Launchpad https://launchpad.net/~launchpad-translators Kindest regards, -- Adi Roiban
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