#355 Turkish Translation

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nobody
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2012-10-30
2011-12-21
Anonymous
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I don't often use a mic, I prefer to type on a good old keyboard. Saves me from shouting when I'm upset. Point is, now if someone says I'm a dinosaur, I'll just reply something like "stfu noob, I translated Mumble" :p

Thanks for your work on this free, open source application.

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  • Anonymous
    2011-12-21

    Archive includes mumble_tr.ts and mumble.desktop

     
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  • Stefan H.
    Stefan H.
    2012-01-14

    Already applied it seems. Closing this one.

     
  • Stefan H.
    Stefan H.
    2012-01-14

    Ooops.Sorry about that. Handling several patches at the same time atm and closed the wrong one ;-) Will apply this one soon^^

     
  • Stefan H.
    Stefan H.
    2012-01-14

    Alright. This time I got it right ;-) Applied. Thanks.

    Unfortunately this translation is not complete though. No fault on your part (Mumble part doesn't miss a single string as far as I could see) but our English ts files used for the base of our translations do not include strings in Qt itself (meaning things like the "Close" button translation etc.) and from what I can see Qt doesn't ship a Turkish translation for those. I'm not really sure what the process is for getting a new one in there (google gives me http://wiki.qt-project.org/Qt_Localization but that is sparse on "requirements" for such a translation).

    I'll raise the issue internally and see whether the others have any idea how to best resolve this. If you have the time/interest you could try to contact the Qt guys and see if they are interested in a Turkish translation (with the whole foundation thing contributing got a lot easier).

    Commit:
    6b3a97e Turkish translation