Re: Documenting Tomboy
- From: Brent Smith <gnome nextreality net>
- To: Alex Graveley <alex beatniksoftware com>
- Cc: gnome-i18n gnome org
- Subject: Re: Documenting Tomboy
- Date: Sat, 02 Sep 2006 22:12:22 -0600
No, in fact I think this will make the translator's job easier.
Also, it would be nice to get help buttons in the UI that open the
manual in yelp. This is usually done with the gnome_help_display()
function in libgnome -- I don't know the equivalent in the Mono
bindings. The release team generally approves these kinds of things,
but I don't know if this makes sense for the case where tomboy is run
outside of GNOME (does anyone do that?) We can take this discussion off
the mailing list if you want since it isn't pertinent to translators.
Alex Graveley wrote:
Thinking about it, there aren't many pending patches that need to go in.
Just one patch that breaks the code freeze to remove the gtkspell
dependency. So is there any downside to not branching until after the
September 4th deadline?
I committed the final version of the documentation to HEAD. If you
decide to branch before the release, please let the internationalization
team know which branch to translate by sending a mail to
gnome-i18n gnome org
Brent Smith <gnome nextreality net>
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