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AdamW
2nd May 2013, 07:47 AM
Hey, folks. This one's for those who speak languages other than English: we have the desktop i18n test day (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2013-05-02_Localization_(i18n)) coming up tomorrow. This is basically about checking translations and other localization elements of GNOME in current F19, on as many languages as we can. So if you like using Fedora in a language other than English, please come and help if you can! Thanks.

lsatenstein
2nd May 2013, 06:53 PM
Hey, folks. This one's for those who speak languages other than English: we have the desktop i18n test day (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2013-05-02_Localization_(i18n)) coming up tomorrow. This is basically about checking translations and other localization elements of GNOME in current F19, on as many languages as we can. So if you like using Fedora in a language other than English, please come and help if you can! Thanks.

Your message was incomplete, come and help where. I can do French and Spanish. What I mean by that is that GNOME, KDE, XFCE, etc. are separate DE's. Do we test their translation? How do I identify Fedora stuff

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http://docs.fedoraproject.org/fr-FR/Fedora/18/html/Burning_ISO_images_to_disc/index.html
This is the documentation page for French. The copyright (droits d'auteur) is in English only. A repeat of the English text should follow in French. I can prepare same, which should go to RedHat lawyers to insure that the French I used is international (not a word specific to one country)

Here is an example from that pagte...
Résumé

Comment télécharger les images ISO et créer les média CD et DVD
French requires adjectives to be plural if the non /verb is plural

Comment télécharger les images ISO afin de créer les médias CD et DVD

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I am not sure if this is to post as a bug, but in the network parameters settings we have

Wired, which could translate to branché or Internet par câble

wireless would translate to internet sans fil

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I am not sure if this is to post as a bug, but in the network parameters settings we have

Within NETWORK (Réseau)
Wired, which could translate to branché or Internet par câble

wireless would translate to internet sans fil

Sound has

Digital Output (S/PDIF) - Internal Audio

Translate to

Sortie numérique (S/PDIF) audio interne.

Wacom tablet

Veuillez connecter ou allumer votre tablette Wacom

to

Veuillez brancher ou allumer votre tablette Wacom

Tablet--» Blue Tooth
Aucun adaptateur Bluetooth trouvé.
Aucun adaptateur Bluetooth détecté

lsatenstein
8th May 2013, 04:47 PM
Hey, folks. This one's for those who speak languages other than English: we have the desktop i18n test day (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2013-05-02_Localization_(i18n)) coming up tomorrow. This is basically about checking translations and other localization elements of GNOME in current F19, on as many languages as we can. So if you like using Fedora in a language other than English, please come and help if you can! Thanks.

Hi Adam

Please help me. If you say "Tomorrow", would you really write "Tomorrow May 2,20113!"

I read this posting today, and then realized it was posted on May 1.