[Xfce-i18n] Swedish translation

Jens Hagerman godhet at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 21:32:01 CET 2006

Nice with such a quick answer from the main Swedish translator! I think this
could actually be a good opportunity for me to get into the project, since I
could reduce the workload for you but still have an experienced user looking
over and finishing it before the next release. As I said, my experience
contributing to open source software is zero, so maybe i'm wrong about that
several people can still make a good and unified translation? You know it
If you think i could suit for this, i still need some guidelines for getting
started with a translation.


2006/2/11, Alexander Toresson < alexander.toresson at gmail.com>:
> On 2/11/06, Jens Hagerman < godhet at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello!
> > I've spent the last few days checking out Xfce from svn and setting it
> up to
> > my needs, and I really like it. The only thing I'm missing though is a
> > complete Swedish translation; it's there in a lot of places but not
> > everywhere (I did check out the statistics page to confirm this). Now,
> I've
> > never before participated in developing (nor translating) software, but
> i
> > had a strong feeling I would like to contribute to Xfce, and I thought
> doing
> > translations may be a good start. So my questions are; is it just a
> waste of
> > work doing translations of the trunk (except for myself) since it is
> > continually updated, or do you think it would be a nice help? And if so,
> how
> > do I get started with doing translations?
> > Also, i've never used this (or any) mailing list before, so I hope I
> made my
> > question at the right place.
> > NB: I only intend to do Swedish translations.
> > Thanks in advance!
> >
> > Jens
> >
> Hi!
> I translated xfce 4.2.3 to Swedish and is intending to translate trunk
> when it's a bit nearer a release. Of course you can help, though. I'm
> flooded with school work currently.
> Regards, Alexander Toresson
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