Are you sure that our translations are merged with the base deadbeef tree? I checked deadbeef sourceforge page, git repository there doesn't have even reference to the po directory and files. And by the way, how to get git tree from the lxde git repository? "git clone git://lxde.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/lxde/deadbeef/ deadbeef" doesnt work, and http://lxde.git.sourceforge.net/git/gitweb.cgi?p=lxde/deadbeef;a=tree gives me "404 - Reading tree failed", but http://lxde.git.sourceforge.net/git/gitweb.cgi?p=lxde/deadbeef;a=tree;h=refs/heads/i18n;hb=i18n gives me full deadbeef with po files, but I have no idea how to get it.



2010/5/23 PCMan <pcman.tw@gmail.com>
Hi list,
Recently I discovered a very nice music player named DeaDBeef.

Its interface highly resembles the one provided by LXMusic or foobar
2000 for Windows.
However, it's quite feature-rich and fully-functional.
It's clean, intuitive, very fast, desktop independent, lightweight,
and actively maintained.
It meets all the requirements of our desktop environment.
Now it's my favorite music player. (I was using foobar 2000 on Windows
before I switched to Linux).
So, I highly recommend this as an alternative music player for use inside LXDE.
After discussing with its author, maybe we can help the translation
for such a great lightweight player.
I cloned its git repo and put it in ours under lxde/deadbeef.
When he gets new strings to translate, the changes will be pushed to our clone.
Then we can translate it in our clone, and later he'll pull the
translations we made back to his repo.
I already add this to our Transifex.

To be clear, officially DeaDBeef is not part of LXDE and we have no
relationship in private.
So our translators don't need to work on it if you don't want to.
However, if you tried it and find it's the right player for you, you
can help its development by providing translations.

Thank you all


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