The software translation is all about the 'translate' module within
i18n.redhat.com:/usr/local/CVS repository. You can run the following
command to checkout this module to have a look at the whole content of
the Fedora software translation.
cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/usr/local/CVS co -P translate
The translation status page for Fedora software project is currently
under construction, however you can have a look at the following link
(created temporarily by one of our community contributor) for the latest
But in order to avoid any possible file conflicts, if you are interested
in contributing your translation to any of these files, please declare
it in this mailing list (before the language-specific communication
channel being created).
Thanks for your effort towards Fedora Project!
Tadashi Jokagi wrote:
What thing is software translation?
is, is it ls-bash etc.?
For example, ls, bash, and anaconda binary?
Noriko Mizumoto's "Re: Japanese Translation" wrote:
>>In Japan, Fedora JP Project started up and
>>activity is begun.
>>There are about 20 staff with an activity.
>>First, we are beginning to translate the document.
>>Developer's Guide and Doucumentation guide.
>>software po etc.
>Hello, thank you for your contribution.
>Since we are still seeking for the most maintainable ways to translate
>please concentrate on the software translation.
>To avoid any conflicts, every translator is encouraged to declair the
>module which you will translate before start.
>>Now, when Red Hat Linux was released,
>>Japanese Documents were translated in Australia.
>>This time, does the schedule exist?
>No, there is no set procedure.