[Linux-bruxelles] [Fwd: Announcing Rosetta Ubuntu]
jwarnier at beeznest.net
Ven 17 Déc 23:57:24 CET 2004
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De: Dafydd Harries <daf at canonical.com>
À: ubuntu-announce at lists.ubuntulinux.org
Objet: Announcing Rosetta
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 14:10:48 +0000
Rosetta: A Web-based Translation Portal For PO Files
This announcement and translations of it into various languages are available
on the UbuntuLinux wiki:
The Rosetta Translation Portal team is pleased to announce that the portal is
now ready for widespread use. Rosetta's goal is to make the process of
translating free software as easy as possible for both translators and software
maintainers. Maintainers can send us PO Templates and PO Files, which will be
published through the web for translation. PO Files can then be downloaded at
Rosetta is part of the Ubuntu Launchpad at:
Several resources are available to Rosetta users and anybody else interested in
The rosetta-users mailing list is available for dicussing Rosetta:
Another place for discussion is the #rosetta channel on the Freenode IRC
How to Start Using Rosetta
In order to do translation with Rosetta, you will need to register an account
on the ubuntulinux.org website:
Next, find something you would like to translate. If there is something you
would like to translate which you cannot find in Rosetta, feel free to ask on
the mailing list or the IRC channel and we will try and import it for you.
Once you have found the thing you want to translate, start translating!
The Rosetta team is happy to answer any questions you might have.
Bugs in Rosetta
Although Rosetta is being used for translation today, it is expected that users
will discover bugs. We will endeavour to fix bugs quickly as they are found,
but hope users will understand that this is a new tool.
Currently, the preferred method of reporting bugs in Rosetta is to send a
message to the mailing list. Feedback about Rosetta is encouraged and
We would like to thank all the people who tested Rosetta, found bugs and gave
us feedback before the release.
On behalf of the Rosetta team,
Jerome Warnier <jwarnier at beeznest.net>
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