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Re: Translators wanted!!!!!

From: Zero3 <zero3cool_at_zerosplayground.dk>
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 21:39:22 +0200

Hey

Any update on the Launchpad stuff? I noticed that you signed up the
project there.

Anything I can do to help with a setup? Testing perhaps?

- Zero3

Zero3 wrote:
> Hi Lübbe
>
> Originally developed for Ubuntu, Launchpad is indeed *NIX oriented ;).
> However, seeing that TSVN is a "layer" for SVN, which seems more
> open-source/*NIX oriented than not, I figure TSVN wouldn't be that much
> "off".
>
> The system does indeed offer suggestions cross-project, so if another
> project involving SVN has been translated, chances are there will be
> some matching strings.
>
> Regarding integration (again, haven't read into it, just brainstorming
> here), the previously mentioned server-side hook could do the uploading
> of the .pot to Launchpad, and the nightly build scripts (whereever they
> are executed?) could download exported .po files from Launchpad (either
> just for the builds, or also commit them back into the TSVN SVN
> repository). Obviously, a given language should not be translated BOTH
> via .po's and Launchpad, unless someone fancy a lot of manual merges.
> Theoretically, that would make the Launchpad integration transparent.
>
> I don't know if Launchpad offers the .pot/.po's through SVN
> repositories, if so, maybe you can integrate it even easier. Maybe they
> even offer to checkout repositories and update/commit automatically from
> their end, so you won't even have to do anything other than set them up
> an account.
>
> True about poedit and spellcheckers. I'm using the builtin spellchecker
> in FireFox when doing Launchpad translations.
>
> - Zero3
>
> Lübbe Onken | RA Consulting skrev:
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>> Hi Zero3,
>>
>> Sounds interesting, a "bit" unix centric though ;) Especially the
>> possibility that translations from other projects are available too in
>> a big translation memory and that "everyone" could contribute. This
>> would give us a lot more resources.
>> The question is how we could integrate Launchpad into our workflow.
>> The easiest thing for us would be an external svn repository that we
>> could just "svn up". Poedit can use external TMs and spellcheckers, so
>> it's not bare "hand editing" of .po files.
>>
>> Cheers
>> - - Lübbe
>>
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Received on 2008-06-11 21:39:35 CEST

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