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Gruß, Dennis

Kenneth Nielsen <k.nielsen81@xxxxxxxxx> schrieb:

>Hallo translators
>It is now almost time for the global jam and what better time to get a
>lot of translation done. However, even at a jam, where we gather all
>volunteers, we often still cannot complete everything and it can
>sometimes be difficult prioritize.
>Therefore, a couple of the Ubuntu translation coordinators banged our
>heads together to see if we could come up with a list of high priority
>or new and interesting translation tasks.
>We have gathered these below.
>1) Finish up modules only missing a few strings:
>One of the things that jams (where we might be gathered in the same
>physical location) are really good for, is finishing a lot of small
>tasks. Sitting right next to each other, cuts down the communications
>burden of coordinating e.g. proofreading of lots of small tasks.
>Therefore, one of the things that we recommend you use the jam for, is
>to work on some of the modules that are missing less than say 20
>You can see a list of the modules for your language, sorted by
>untranslated strings on Davids status page:
>2) Work on the default and/or high visibility programs:
>Some modules are more important to get translated than others. Either
>because they are the default programs for popular tasks or because they
>are used for crucial tasks by many users at least once. Below we have
>made a (not complete and unordered) list of such programs. These are
>good candidates for programs to work on first:
>  * Unity (including lenses)
>  * Unity indicators (named indicator-...)
>  * Software center
>  * Rhythmbox
>  * Empathy
>  * Gwibber-...
>  * Shotwell
>  * Nautilus
>  * Ubuntu One
>  * Ubiquity (including the slideshow)
>New items in the Gnome Control Center:
>  * Deja-dup
>  * Activity Log Manager
>3) Localizing doc images (screenshots)
>This is not necessarily a high priority target, but rather something we
>would like to point out to you is now a possibility.
>We now have a workable system for localizing the images (screen shots)
>in the Ubuntu docs. You can view all the images that needs to be
>translated for your language and the originals on this webpage:
>After making the localized screenshots, you can easily get them
>submitted to the archive by:
>1. Replying to this thread saying that you want to localize images for
>your language. David will then add you to the Ubuntu One share where
>can save your localized images.
>2. Following the instructions to do the actual localization:
>3. Ensuring your localized images are there before the
>NonLanguagePackTranslationDeadline on the 10th of April
>We hope that this will give you a few ideas for stuff to get started
>Happy translating :)
>Regards the Ubuntu translations coordinators
>ubuntu-translators mailing list

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