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From: Christian Boltz <postfixadmin@cb...> - 2008-03-01 12:46:18
Bruno, your mail was not delivered to the list because you used the
wrong sender address (bruno@... instead of postfixadmin@...)
Am Freitag, 29. Februar 2008 schrieb BrunoM:
> I would be glad to participate in the development and French
> translation of the user interface. How could I proceed? What is the
> regular method you use to work on the SVN?
The easiest way to start is:
- download fr.lang from SVN (you can also checkout the whole SVN trunk
tree, of course). See the sourceforge page for help and feel free to
ask if you have problems or questions.
- untranslated lines are marked with "# XXX". Search for them, translate
the text and remove the "# XXX" comment
- post the updated file or a patch to the patches tracker on
sourceforge. (In case of translations, you can also post it on this
If you want to do more development work, submitting patches (hint: "svn
diff") is a good start. If your patches are useful, you will get direct
SVN write access.
Die Erde ist ein Würfel, das weiß doch wirklich jeder - und Amerika
geht über drei Ecken davon, darum ist dort alles ein bißchen komisch.
[Stefan Hundhammer in suse-programming]