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Re: Translation of documents

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Translation of documents
Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:52:43 +0200
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Have you looked at this page:

This gives a good guide to how web pages on the website
are translated.  There is a mailing list there which you might care to join.
Having said, that, the webmasters tend to put most priority in translating
the philosophy and general information pages.  Specific software (such as
PSPP) tends to take a secondary role unfortunately.  One GNU project however
which does very good job of translating their web page into lots of languages
is Lilypond

On Thu, Aug 01, 2013 at 11:28:30PM -0700, Basti??n D??az wrote:
     I have reviewed the web GNU software, and really have not found a site 
that has several translations. However, if I have found references to how to 
translate, as in the following directions (in the footer).
     These web reference that can be translated, and have presented a menu 
where different languages??????.
     One of the directions that have a Spanish translation is ocrad web.
     This site has a translation. Reading the documentation for the translation 
of articles, web pages use the same software system, using po file templates. 
However, I could not download the template po PSPP website (maybe you have it 
to generate).
     Follow the instructions on the above website to try.
     Anyway, I sent an email to the list of the translation team, but still 
expect an answer.
     For now, I created an account on Github where I will keep my contributions 
to PSPP.
     Regarding the translation of documents and web I have it in plain text, 
until you have more knowledge to the proper method.
     Basti??n D??az

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