[Xfce-i18n] brazilian translator
vladimirmelo.psi at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 17:42:12 CEST 2007
I'm very grateful, it seems similar to gnome translations. I'll take a look
at the pages and choose a package to translate. Later, I'm going to join
#xfce-br and we can talk about it. Well, I'm adding your address in my
contact list right now.
2007/7/24, William Koch <wkromani at gmail.com>:
> Hi Vladimir, I am one of the pt_BR translators.
> You can find some info here: http://i18n.xfce.org/wiki/svn_howto
> Xfce uses svn to control the translations.
> In the end of the page on the link above you find some scripts you can run
> to obtain all the po files of xfce.
> Before you begin the translation of a file you should send a message to
> this list, announcing which file you will translate. After you finish a
> translation, you should make a patch (
> http://i18n.xfce.org/wiki/diff?s=patch ) and send the patch here, someone
> will commit the patch to svn for you.
> If you have a specific doubt, please ask it, I can answer you in pt_BR, I
> am writing in English because it is a rule of this list.
> I am sure your help here will be appreciated.
> You can contact me directly via this e-mail or my msn (The same address).
> 2007/7/23, Vladimir Melo < vladimirmelo.psi at gmail.com>:
> > Hi,
> > My name is Vladimir Melo and I'm a gnome/ubuntu/foresight brazilian
> > translator. I'd like to know if you need some help, anyway you can contact
> > me and give me directions about xfce translations.
> > Thanks for your attention,
> > Vladimir Melo
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