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Re: [Maposmatic-dev] Norwegian B okmål translation and some i18n comment
Re: [Maposmatic-dev] Norwegian B okmål translation and some i18n comments
Thu, 5 Aug 2010 19:12:01 +0200
* Hans F. Nordhaug <address@hidden> [2010-08-05 14:51:30]:
> I finally took some time to do the Norwegian Bokmål translation. I
> think I promised to do it before Christmas ... Find attached
> django-nb.po and citysmap-nb.po. (I have added the langauge code to
> the file name - I know you'll have to remove it again.) I didn't
> change i18n.py since I don't think we need it in Norwegian. I'll
> generate some maps and see.
Thanks! It's really great to see MapOSMatic translated into another
> (django-nb.po is almost complete - just some parts of
> http://www.maposmatic.org/about/ is untranslated. I just don't have
> time for more now.)
That's fine, do it when you find the time, or maybe someone will
contribute it. That's the beauty of open source :-)
> Then some comments:
> 1) Serious issue: The "empty Arabic django.po file" linked to from
> is outdated. I wasted some time translating that before I noticed
> that for example "Create Map" was missing. I just grabbed the
> German translation, converted it to a pot file and updated my po
> file with the pot file. I have attached that pot file and the
> script I used to convert from po to pot. (I haven't written the
> 2) On http://www.maposmatic.org/about/ the language names (for the
> translations) should start with uppercase - "German translation",
> "Italian translation". It's a minor issue and it will give a lot of
> fuzzy translations in the po files, so you might just ignore it.
> 3) The link to "internationalization_support" on
> is broken. It should link to
Thanks for these remarks. I have updated the "How to translate
MapOSMatic" wiki page to integrate your comments, and fixed the About
page as per 2).
Your translation won't be live for a little while, but don't worry, it
will be as soon as possible.
Maxime Petazzoni <http://www.bulix.org>
``One by one, the penguins took away my sanity.''
Linux kernel and software developer at MontaVista Software
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