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Thank for the reply Alan.

Iloko, is written using the Latin alphabet, so there should be no worries.

Thanks again,
-- Joe

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Today's Topics:

   1. Question about copyright and translations (luisfe)
   2. Addition of 2nd language and Addition of Iloko locale
      (Joseph S. Maza)
   3. Re: Addition of 2nd language and Addition of Iloko locale
      (A S Alam)


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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 19:49:28 +0100
From: luisfe <lftabera yahoo es>
Subject: Question about copyright and translations
To: fedora-trans-list redhat com
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Hello,

I do not know if this is the correct place to ask this question.

Since a few time ago, I have been translating the security updates of the
list fedora-package-announce into Spanish for a non profit community webpage
about fedora. In every translation I have written who is the original author
and the original list where the message has appeared.

But now I wonder if there is any copyright trouble about that. I do not know
exactly what are the legal terms in which the contents of a mailing list
are. I mean, if they can be freely translated or not.

Any advise?



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Message: 2
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 02:37:06 -0800
From: "Joseph S. Maza" <joemaza comcast net>
Subject: Addition of 2nd language and Addition of Iloko locale
To: <fedora-trans-list redhat com>
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Hi,

 

I was wondering how I can add myself to the Tagalog locale. When I signed
up, I added only English. The sign-up page was rather cryptic.

 

I entered a bug to the bugzilla
(https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=215644) to add Iloko.
It was resolved as CLOSED DEFFERED. Now, there needs to be an update to the
docs that mention adding a locale because nowhere do I see in the link that
was mentioned in the bug about the 90% that Jeremy Katz mentioned. 

 

In addition, what constitutes 90%? 90% of anaconda? Or, 90% of the entire
OS? That is what I like to know. After the 90% is done, who is supposed to
confirm that it's 90%? 

 

Furthermore, I'd like to add Iloko to the drop down lists in the pages
http://i18n.redhat.com/cgi-bin/i18n-signup/ and
http://i18n.redhat.com/cgi-bin/i18n-status if at all possible. Who should I
contact in regards?

 

-- Joe

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Message: 3
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 17:44:20 +0530
From: A S Alam <aalam redhat com>
Subject: Re: Addition of 2nd language and Addition of Iloko locale
To: Fedora Translation Project List <fedora-trans-list redhat com>
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Joseph S. Maza `((`)
 `(2`(?`(`(?`(:
> Hi,
>  
Hello
> 
> I was wondering how I can add myself to the Tagalog locale. When I signed
> up, I added only English. The sign-up page was rather cryptic.
> 
>  
as you ar already member of our Translation system,
please send mail to i18n|@|redhat.com to remove your old account
and then join from following page
http://i18n.redhat.com/cgi-bin/i18n-signup
Press 'Request for 2nd language' button
then put your detail there (if you don't want to use with 2 login name)


> 
> I entered a bug to the bugzilla
> (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=215644) to add
Iloko.
> It was resolved as CLOSED DEFFERED. Now, there needs to be an update to
the
> docs that mention adding a locale because nowhere do I see in the link
that
> was mentioned in the bug about the 90% that Jeremy Katz mentioned. 
> 
>  
> 
> In addition, what constitutes 90%? 90% of anaconda? Or, 90% of the entire
> OS? That is what I like to know. After the 90% is done, who is supposed to
> confirm that it's 90%? 
> 
yes, Jeremy's meaning was that anaconda should be 90% (GUI) to enable 
language in Anaconda.
After completing 90%, you can ask in Bug to include in Anaconda,
+ fonts for your language *Must* be in distribution
(Please Remember, that don't means that OS will support your langauge
as More translation from Upstream like gnome etc also required to
see OS in your language)

>  
> 
> Furthermore, I'd like to add Iloko to the drop down lists in the pages
> http://i18n.redhat.com/cgi-bin/i18n-signup/ and
> http://i18n.redhat.com/cgi-bin/i18n-status if at all possible. Who should
I
> contact in regards?
> 
>  
ok, I will forward your request to our Engineering team

thanks

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A S Alam
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