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Re: [Health] Translations in GNU Health?!

From: Luis Falcon
Subject: Re: [Health] Translations in GNU Health?!
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2012 20:49:47 -0300

Hi Heydayat, Kostas !

There are two ways.

1)  If you're have an account as a developer for GNU Health, you can submit it directly to GNU Health trunk
2) Just communicate us that you would like to include the current translation for next version, and will include it !

Due to the growing number of contributors, next week we'll be releasing a community environment, in which you can create your own modules and we can merge them to the main branches.

So, for now, I take that Persian and Greek translations are ready for upcoming 1.4.4 , so I will update the i18n dirs with your contributions.

Thanks a lot !

On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 8:29 PM, Kostas Mousafiris <address@hidden> wrote:
Στις 06/02/2012 04:57 μμ, ο/η Hedayat Vatankhah έγραψε:


I would like to know when the translations of a language will be officially added to GNU Health? Is it required for a translation to reach 100% to be officially added to GNU Health? Or the languages coordinator can decide about when some translations are ready to be added by default? I saw that currently only es_ES translations are available in GNU Health distribution.



I am also interested to know this, as the Greek translation stands at a 93% for the core Module and at 100% for all the various other modules.
Can we hope for its inclusion in the next GNU Health edition???

Luis Falcon
GNU Health

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