Re: Rethinking "Supported language"
- From: "Ihar Hrachyshka" <ihar hrachyshka gmail com>
- To: "Mişu Moldovan" <dumol gnome ro>
- Cc: gnome-i18n gnome org
- Subject: Re: Rethinking "Supported language"
- Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 16:59:58 +0200
2008/2/19 Mişu Moldovan <dumol gnome ro>:
> Wouter Bolsterlee <uws+gnome xs4all nl> a scris:
> > Currently, http://www.gnome.org/i18n/ states that a language is
> > officially "supported" if 80% of the PO files is translated. I think
> > this measure is no longer valid for modern Gnome releases, because of
> > the 'Development Tools' suite. It contains the following modules:
> > - accerciser
> > - anjuta
> > - devhelp
> > - gdl
> > - glade3
> > - gnome-build
> I fully agree, the "supported" status is a big motivator and we in the
> Romanian team are struggling in each release to push over the 80%
> barrier. But counting these development tools makes it harder than it
> should be...
> I'm not against translating them, it's just that they are of no use to
> regular users.
Who are these regular users, hum? Am I not "regular"? If "regular"
users don't need these tools then - just drop them! If they are there,
in official release sets then it's what our users (newbies and
photographers aren't better or smth then programmers) need.
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