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Re: New team ( Asturian ) , and new member



astur wrote:
Thank you Piotr!

a few hours ago, I received a mail that confirm that our group (Asturian) has
 been added in https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N/Teams

I can't find the Asturian team in: https://translate.fedoraproject.org/languages/

I noticed that you said: "You have to follow some steps from [2] to have the
 ability to translate Fedora into your language."

[2] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/I18N/LanguageSupportCriteria

I follow the link, but i'm not sure about what must I do now...

can anyone help me?

Adding Fedora i18n team in the CC to provide help here.

Can we have URLs at [2] against each requirement of Language Support Criteria,
that helps one to understand what to do next to get it done?

e.g. if "Support in Unicode" is not there for a new language, what is the action
to be taken to get the "Support in Unicode" for a new language. a URL providing
these info should be helpful enough I guess.

Astur, I think you can start translating Fedora packages for your language
without waiting for I18n Language Support Criteria to be met, since I can see
majority of the criteria are already met for your language.

Thanks!

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Ankit Patel
http://www.indianoss.org/
http://www.ankit644.com/

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