Re: Translating GNOME/Summer of Code poster


I transleted the file to German, but because German is such a long
winded language the layout messed up. I am not familiar with Inkscape.
Could somebody rearrange the object an line space?



Am Samstag, den 10.03.2007, 15:48 +0100 schrieb Vincent Untz:
> Hi,
> A poster has been done to advertise the Google Summer of Code from a
> GNOME perspective. Since we're trying to have it printed and put in
> universities all around the world, it makes sense to translate it.
> Translations have to be done in inkscape, though: you have to open the
> svg file and edit it to translate the text. But it's not hard.
> Creating a PNG is done by selecting "Export to pixmap" (iirc) in the
> file menu.
> Creating a PDF can be done by selecting "Print" and using this command
> "| ps2pdf - /tmp/soc2007-poster.pdf"
> Here are all the links:
> Note that it'd be nice to have translations, but it's clearly low
> priority compared to other GNOME translations.
> Thanks,
> Vincent
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