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Re: some issues in docs.fedoraproject.org



2009/10/6 Ruediger Landmann <r landmann redhat com>:
>
> As you say later in your email, this is time and effort that we could
> probably all spend in better ways, especially because when we get Transifex
> 0.7, this problem will go away by itself! :) Please make sure to file that
> bug, though.
>

No problem, let's wait for the next Transifex.

>
> The Fedora 10 Release Notes were an anomaly; they are the only place I've
> found the Legal Notice ever translated -- it certainly wasn't that way in
> the Release Notes in earlier versions.
>

:-)   LOL

> I have confirmed with Red Hat's legal department today that this notice
> should not be translated. The reason is simple: in legal matters, the
> /exact/ wording of the notice has consequences. Therefore, if we translate
> the legal notice, the legal department would need to check and approve the
> wording in every language. Unfortunately, the legal department simply does
> not have the resources to do this.
>

You're right about this.
Then let's leave it in English.
I'll have one prepared in Spanish in the wiki, just in case somebody asks.


> Maybe this should be added to an L10N FAQ somewhere?
>

Perhaps.
Anyway, nobody asked so far.
It's not that frequent. :-)

It looks like the welcome message [1] is strong enough.
It leaves it clear that it's free to use.
Maybe that's why there are no questions.

[1] http://fedora.is-sixsigma.com/F12beta/es-ES/index.html#sect-Release_Notes-Welcome_to_Fedora

Cheers

Domingo


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