Re: Is there a way to help gtkmm for website translation?

On Mon, 2010-05-03 at 09:51 +1000, Tao Wang wrote:
> The first patch is to fix several bugs in website:
> 	* developers.shtml: Replace "Subversion" with "Git", Replace "gtkmm2"
> with "gtkmm".
> 	* documentation.shtml: Remove the unavailable link to "Windows, with
> MSVC++ 2003"
> 	* extra.shtml: Replace "libglademm" with "Gtk::Builder"
> 	* fragments/html_declaration.html_fragment: Change encoding from
> "iso-8859-1" to "utf-8".
> 	* index.shtml: Replace "libglademm" with "Gtk::Builder"; add MSVC
> 2005, 2008 support; add a missing sentence in section "gnomemm";
> 	* mailinglist.shtml: Remove the maillist for "glademm", which is not
> recommanded and not active for a long time.
> 	* news.shtml: Add release news for gtkmm 2.20 and glib 2.24; add
> missing ">" in front of "released</a>"; fix some release info.

That's great. Thanks. Applied and published.

> The second patch is add Chinese translation for the website.

Sorry. Thanks for that hard work, but I won't add a translation if
there's no way to keep it in sync (such as using .po files). Otherwise
it _will_ get out of date, and people will just look at the English
pages anyway because they will not trust the translated pages.

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