Re: Adding a new language to fedora
Yes, sure - what you see are the translations I already made for GNOME upstream in the past ;-) http://l10n.gnome.org/teams/nds|
But I am just talking about fedoras own strings on translate.fedoraproject.org. - I can not find any information, how to add a new language there.
Am Donnerstag, den 12.08.2010, 10:47 +0530 schrieb Parag Nemade:
On Thursday 12 August 2010 09:18 AM, Parag Nemade wrote:
I just looked into Fedora 13 system and found that Low German locale is already added. See file /usr/share/i18n/locales/nds_DE. I don't see any translation installed by any package under "/usr/share/locale/nds_DE/LC_MESSAGES" but you can see "Low German(Germany)" language selection option in gdm. When you will login to Fedora by selecting this language, you will be using translations from "/usr/share/locale/nds/LC_MESSAGES" as its fallback from nds_DE to nds.
On Tuesday 10 August 2010 09:38 PM, Nils-Christoph Fiedler wrote:
Please refer this link http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/I18N#Adding_Language_Support
i just switched to fedora and would like to contribute in translations like i did / do for ubuntu and gnome. today the fedora project is missing the language "low german (nds)".
as a gnome contributor i am familiar with gnome, but not with fedora individual characteristics up to now. so i need a little help from you to start contributing to fedora. e.g.: where can i start? whom can i talk to for creating the blank .po-catalogs / adding my language to the project, etc.
So, I can see Localized Fedora Desktop for "Low German(Germany)" language. You need to create new language module at https://translate.fedoraproject.org/languages. Also, check http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N for localization of Fedora.
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