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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/TeamsI can't find the Asturian team in: https://translate.fedoraproject.org/languages/I noticed that you said: "You have to follow some steps from  to have the ability to translate Fedora into your language."  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  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! -- Regards, Ankit Patel http://www.indianoss.org/ http://www.ankit644.com/ -- Fedora-i18n-list mailing list Fedora-i18n-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-i18n-list
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