[Xfce-i18n] Spanish translations - xubuntu
STenyaK (Bruno Gonzalez)
stenyak at gmail.com
Sat Oct 4 16:30:38 CEST 2008
Thanks everybody for the replies. My only question now is, what
version should i translate? With the wiki bash script i get to choose
Last xubuntu uses 4.4, but i'm not sure if i should translate that or
any of those 2 trunks. Do translation of old revisions get
"forwardported" to trunk?
On Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 11:00, Per Kongstad <p_kongstad at op.pl> wrote:
> Freeze for Xubuntu is 23.10.2008.
> But please keep in mind that 8.04 is LTS and should be updated in my
> I'm not sure that users automatically will be offered 8.10 being on 8.04
> Also keep in mind that the present Xfce 4.4.2 will be released in
> version 4.6 in December and will most likely be ground for 9.04.
> Best regards
> Per Kongstad
> Vincent wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 9:26 AM, Per Kongstad <p_kongstad at op.pl> wrote:
>> I have been in touch with Xubuntu developers. They do not pull new
>> translations into 8.04.
>> Most likely to have missing translations in 8.04 to be pulled, you
>> to file a bug report and point to the tarball.
>> I find this rather strange due to strings should be treated
>> outside code
>> like they do in Gnome / Ubuntu. Another fact is that it will be same
>> desktop environment in 8.04 and 8.10.
>> So to my suggestions. do the translation and then file a bug report on
>> Best regards
>> Per Kongstad
>> Unfortunately, though the Xubuntu team is trying to maintain previous
>> releases, doing so requires manpower, and the main priority is the
>> next release (currently 8.10).
>> However, if you translate Xfce, you can expect them to end up in the
>> next release if they're finished in time (not sure when string freeze
>> is this time, but otherwise it'll be in 9.04). At least, that's what I
>> experienced when translating to Dutch.
>> Filing a bug report on Launchpad won't do any harm, so if you'd like
>> to see you translations in e.g. the LTS release I'd surely do that ;-)
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