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Re: [Denemo-devel] Changed: Denemo - full Czech localization for the rel

From: Richard Shann
Subject: Re: [Denemo-devel] Changed: Denemo - full Czech localization for the release
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2012 21:33:31 +0100

Although I downloaded your file I have not tried to commit it to git yet
because I am not supposed to do that by the rules of the translation
project which allows only .po files that have been through the robot. (I
would actually do it anyway if there was no other way). What happened
was that the translationproject coordinator waited for the problem with
%tests ... 
strings to be fixed before posting up the pot file for the upcoming
It took some work to get this fixed but now this has been done and he
has put version 0.9.6 up for translation - 
The message from them was this:

> A new POT file for textual domain 'denemo' has been made available
> to the language teams for translation.  It is archived as:

it should require very little change and the robot should give no
trouble. If you can submit your translation for this version now on the
translationproject I will be able to sync the Denemo git to it. (I am
hoping for an Italian translation too).

I hope this will go smoothly - you are the first to create a translation
and I hope you will not mind that there are some wrinkles to sort out.

Best wishes
Richard Shann

On Wed, 2012-09-05 at 21:38 +0200, Pavel Fric wrote:
> Hi,
> I was looking for my fully translated file here, but the .po file
> there is quite obsolete  - I see many untranslated strings there and
> the number of strings is somehow less than 1000 (less than 1990
> strings I recently translated) (at least it seems to me). I wonder,
> why is it so?
> The reason, why I am interested is the fact, that one of my familiar
> friends just today sent me an e-mail, in which he wrote about the
> translatability of Denemo - and I replaied to him, taht even if there
> is some problem with (maybe), I was assured,
> that the new upcoming release will include the updated Czech
> translation (and that the translation update is already finished)-
> Greetings, Pavel Fric

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