Czech translation of Fedora 11 Release Notes
josef.hruska at upcmail.cz
Wed Aug 19 21:47:31 UTC 2009
May I ask you once more for publishing the last (and my last for F11)
version of the translation (some minor corrections and a few translated
strings added) in Transifex ?
>From now, I start to look forward to working on RN for F12. ;)
Ruediger Landmann napsal(a):
> On 07/31/2009 03:50 AM, Josef Hruška wrote:
>> I am sorry to disturb all from the discussion on Fedora 12 Release
>> Notes schedule but the Czech translation of F11 Release Notes is now on
>> 90% and I have two three questions.
>> Would it be possible to publish the Release Notes as a web page(s) on
>> Fedora Project? At lease for "pre-view" purposes, to work on
>> finalisation of the translation before official publication?
> Hi Josef -- and many, many thanks for your hard work on getting the
> Release Notes translated!
> I've just rebuilt the Czech version and pushed it to the
> docs.fedoraproject.org repo; it will become visible the next time that
> the webserver synchronises with the repo (sometime in the next few hours).
> I also corrected a small number of little XML errors that prevented the
> book from building properly. You can see them here:
> I notice that you still have the cs.po file checked out through
> Transifex; if you check this back in, you'll over-write those changes,
> so you should either download a fresh copy of cs.po, or if you have made
> changes in your local copy that you haven't checked in yet, please fix
> those same errors in your local copy before uploading :)
>> How can I help or what I should do to happen this (publication on the FP
>> web site)?
> Getting from the po file submitted in Transifex to pages on the web site
> is a long, complicated, and frustrating process that involves wrestling
> with a couple of incompatible tools ;)
> You can get a feel for the first stages of the process here:
> -- with a correction here:
> I seriously suggest that it's not worth learning this process unless you
> have a lot of time and need more pain in your life -- both the
> incompatible tools (Transifex and Publican) are about to have major
> upgrades soon that will make almost all of this irrelevant...
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