Re: New team for Swiss German (gsw)



(copying list on reply)

I just wanted to raise question on the gnome-i18n list with those who
would actually do the set up work on the server (that is not me).

I believe the process of creating a gsw project from scratch might be
different from re-naming the de_CH (existing) project to reflect the
new ISO code and adding a new team leader (it doesn't have one now)

In any event, we obviously want to avoid having two Swiss German
projects running in parallel.

cjl

On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 1:58 PM, nerzahd <nerzahd gmail com> wrote:
It is the same language. It may be replaced with my information?

Thanks mike

Am Freitag, 26. April 2013 schrieb Chris Leonard :

On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 8:52 AM, Gil Forcada Codinachs
<gforcada gnome org> wrote:
Hi!

Thanks for applying for a new translation team in GNOME!!!

I'm not sure if his applies to your locale but still:
https://live.gnome.org/TranslationProject/NewLanguage

Could you send a translation of say this module:
https://l10n.gnome.org/module/gnome-icon-theme/

So that we can create the team and stats in Damned-Lies (aka
l10n.gnome.org
:)

Again, thanks for joining the GNOME Translation Project!

Feel free to ask, in this list, as much questions as you run into ;)

Cheers,
Gil
(Sorry, sent from phone)

On Apr 26, 2013 10:29 AM, "nerzahd" <nerzahd gmail com> wrote:

Full name: Mike Mueller
email: nerzahd gmail com
bugzilla account: nerzahd gmail com

english name: Swiss German
native name: Schwiizerd├╝tsch
iso 939 code: gsw


I'm wondering if this should be seen as a "new language" project or
more as a request for clarification of a legacy language code that was
commonly used, but seems to be increasingly replaced by a proper
ISO-639 code (de_CH > gsw)?

The former language project (de_CH) already exists and it does not
make sense to have two "Swiss German" projects at the same time.  I'm
no expert on this language, but as a general rule, I am supportive of
using a proper ISO code (gsw) when available.

https://l10n.gnome.org/languages/de_CH/

cjl


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