Thursday 02 September 2010 4:30:44 pm - 3 replies
There are only a few days left until sept. 9th for adding or perfecting eZ Publish's translation to your language. Yesterday were pushed the final strings for this version of eZ Publish, merged with the changes made since April this year (when the 4.3 translation was finished). So it is time to translate the new strings (a handful of those, not many) in 4.4, and also perfect the existing translations !
For those who never did this before, you may want to read this : http://projects.ez.no/ezpublish_translation
Drop an email to community @ ez.no in case you are having any trouble.
Modified on Thursday 02 September 2010 4:32:13 pm by Nicolas Pastorino
Friday 03 September 2010 5:34:41 am
Strange behavior of Qt linguist:
Try open por-BR/translation.ts with Qt linguist.
A popup will open displaying an error message, click ok, save your file.
Open svn diff and you'll see that your file is corrupted.
Modified on Friday 03 September 2010 5:38:44 am by Thiago Campos Viana
Tuesday 14 September 2010 12:01:27 pm
After an intense 12 days of translation, we will have to push the freshly translated strings back into eZ Publish. Thanks for the great work !
We will pick the strings up today, in the afternoon (16:00 CET, Paris time). So please commit the last chunks of translation you may have uncommitted.
Modified on Tuesday 14 September 2010 12:03:30 pm by Nicolas Pastorino
Thursday 16 September 2010 10:21:49 am
Hi Translation team !
The translation for Fuji (4.4) ended last Tuesday, after 6 months of hard work by many of you to better eZ Publish localize. From a bird-eye view, here is what changed :
Several updates and additions were also added to :
I would like to send a fat THANK YOU to all of you contributors!
So far, translating required a fair amount of time, and some dexterity with Subversion. We know that this is preventing some of you from lending a hand. The share.ez.no team, along with the eZ Engineering team are in the process of re-thinking participation. Git(hub) is now used to version-control the whole eZ Publish (including translations), first point to leverage, and a web-based translation tool would be awesome, second point to keep in mind.
Stay tuned, and thanks !
Modified on Thursday 16 September 2010 10:52:33 am by Nicolas Pastorino
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