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Re: Translation section in Fedora Release Notes

Στις 19-09-2007, ημέρα Τετ, και ώρα 22:58 -0400, ο/η Paul W. Frields
> On Thu, 2007-09-20 at 02:59 +0100, Dimitris Glezos wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > 
> > There's this idea floating in my head that we could have a section on
> > Languages and Localization in the Release Notes.
> > 
> > Some of the stuff we could mention are:
> > 
> >      1. Number of languages Fedora is available at. For this we could
> >         take for example central modules like Anaconda, firstboot, etc
> >         and count languages with coverage above, say, 70%?
> >      2. Updates from the formed localization teams. Eg. "New translation
> >         teams formed in this release include: a, b, c...
> >      3. Updates on our toolchain that affected the release
> > 
> > This could fit in the I18n beat as a "Language coverage" section. What
> > do you think? What else could we have there?
> I think (1) is probably more helpful as a link to the status pages where
> people can always get up to date information, as opposed to whatever
> comes in a particular spin or update.  (2) and (3) sound like great
> ideas out of the box, and a link to L10N would be good as well.

+1 for links to live content.

Here's what me and Jens from i18n worked on today:


Ideas for content anyone?


Dimitris Glezos
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