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Re: [bug-gv] Translating the download interface of GV

From: Nicolas JEAN
Subject: Re: [bug-gv] Translating the download interface of GV
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2011 18:23:24 +0100
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Hi Markus, coming back to you regarding the translation of gv / its
download page.

On 16/11/2010 16:38, Markus Steinborn wrote:
> Hi Maelle Costa,
> Maelle Costa wrote:
>> We noticed that the download page of GV [3] is only available in
>> English.
> True. For GNU gv itself I am looking for translators, see
> https://savannah.gnu.org/people/viewjob.php?group_id=7009&job_id=550 
> for details.
>> Daniel Molina and Nicolas Jean (in Cc.) already declared
>> themselves to be ready to help PDF readers programmers to have an
>> interface respectively in Spanish and French.
> Well, the french translation of GNU gv has been submitted a few days ago
> (I've just commited it to the public git repository of GNU gv). But
> surely the download page would benefit from a french translation.
> For spanish, both, translation of GNU gv and of the download page, are
> missing. Contributions are welcome.
>> We might be able to reach
>> other languages through the translators' team of FSFE.
> That would be fine. My job description linked above gives more details.

I am building up the page we will send our translators to:
I have added your job description there, however I think it lacks
subversion information. Could you add them soon - how to connect, how to
edit files and commit them, maybe?

> IMHO the download page should only be available in languages GNU gv has
> been translated to. It does not really help anybody if he "can"*
> download GNU gv, but he cannot use it because he does not understand the
> user interface.

Indeed, I will indicate that on our page.

> For translating the login page, suggestions are welcome, especially how
> to handle that.

You mean how to produce files for translators to work on, or how to
display several languages on your website?
For the former, what about gettext? I'm not it works for hml though.


Nicolas JEAN - Intern
Free Software Foundation Europe (http://fsfe.org)
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