Bits and pieces. (Was Re: [gnome-cy] Accelerators, HTML)

On Mon, Mar 17, 2003 at 03:46:52PM +0000 or thereabouts, Rhoslyn Prys wrote:
> Dafydd Harries wrote:
> >On Mon, Mar 17, 2003 at 12:12:28PM +0000, Dafydd Tomos wrote:
> >>On Mon, Mar 17, 2003 at 12:32:20PM +0000, Kevin Donnelly wrote:
> I've begun to use diddymu for both senarios for the reason you 
> give.(updates for Netscape 7.02)

Ah. Browsers. Speaking of these, who did the Opera translations?
> >The whole distinction between "program" and "application" seems fairly
> >arbitrary to me, and I think there's a case to be made for discarding
> >"application" entirely, just as "folder" seems to be another word for
> >"directory".
> >
> Cytuno, I've tended to move to using rhaglen for both having asked a 
> computer specialist to explain the difference between both... By the way 
> I prefer ffolder rather than plygell - never heard of it before...

Looking through the list of Gnome terms, we found "pecyn" in
three places. Packet, package and application. Rhaglen for the
last of those, then?

> By the way has anyone gone to Guadec? It's in Dublin this year I 
> understand. It may be useful to fly the flag for the Welsh language 
> work? If so, any feedback on localization?

Yes. I have been to all three. I have written up most of the talks
I attended: you can find the links to the talks at the bottom of 

For GUA4EC there is a list of abstracts for the papers which have 
been received (not necessarily all of them will be presented) at

It should be useful for translators. There are already a couple of
i18n/l10n talks on the list.

> Dewi's off to the OpenOffice conference (00o con) this week, so we're 
> all looking forward to feedback from this groundbraking conference. 
> (subtle hint...)

I was talking to someone today who was just waiting for "something,
anything, that was in Welsh and lets me type things". He was asking
"What's this Open Office?" :) 


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