Re: (KA) Georgian support
- From: "Alexander Gavtadze" <sundro vake org>
- To: Christian Rose <menthos gnome org>, Alexander Gavtadze <sundro vake org>
- Cc: GNOME I18N List <gnome-i18n gnome org>, Aiet Kolkhi <aiet qartuli net>
- Subject: Re: (KA) Georgian support
- Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2004 14:35:45 -0400
Well, thank you.
I'm working on this on my spare time so ANY help will be greatly appreciated.
So I will try to provide more time for this.. I really want georgians to injoy
the fruits of GNOME and linux.
Alexander (Sandro) Gavtadze
---------- Original Message -----------
From: Christian Rose <menthos gnome org>
To: Alexander Gavtadze <sundro vake org>
Cc: GNOME I18N List <gnome-i18n gnome org>, Aiet Kolkhi <aiet qartuli net>
Sent: Wed, 02 Jun 2004 00:44:51 +0200
Subject: Re: (KA) Georgian support
> tis 2004-06-01 klockan 19.23 skrev Alexander Gavtadze:
> > Hello,
> > I'm maintaining the georgian translation. The work is in progress and we are
> > hoping to release some of the files soon. If there is something I can fix
> > please let me know and I will do so.
> Good to hear that.
> All things considered, your announcement of the current Georgian team
> was over a year ago, and during that time only 160 messages in total
> were translated into Georgian. That's not even 9? of GNOME.
> And that work wasn't even done by you. It was the Yelp translation of
> Aiet Kolkhi.
> Further, considering that this was only the second message ever that
> you sent to this mailing list (the first one being your team announcement
> over a year ago), I assume this continous delay wasn't due to any
> problems or unclear issues with GNOME translations that you needed help
> with either.
> Still, since you've mysteriously reappeared now within our one week time
> frame, I'll continue to let you be the Georgian coordinator, if you and
> Aiet can cooperate.
> Should Aiet express any further unhappiness with your
> coordinatorship, I won't hesitate a moment to give the
> coordinatorship to him, or someone else that may have contributed at
> that time.
> Because it's the actual contributions that count in GNOME, just like
> in most other pieces of free software. Not big words, nor promises
> for the future.
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