On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 11:59:44 -0800 (PST), Matt Brubeck
> Ubuntu Linux recently announced a tool called Rosetta, to update
> software translations using a web site:
> If any Audacity translators might like to use this tool, please let me
I don't really get the idea behind Rosetta. If I need a PO, I can
download it from SF's webcvs, though there are some well-known lags.
From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2004-12-20 22:19:58
Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> I don't really get the idea behind Rosetta. If I need a PO, I can
> download it from SF's webcvs, though there are some well-known lags.
Rosetta provides a centralized system where translators can:
* Access message catalogs for different programs.
* Create and edit translations.
* Share work with other translators.
* Submit updates to the maintainer automatically.
It lets translators work entirely within the web browser -- no need to
download files, set up and learn CVS, or install a PO editor.
If you're already comfortable using CVS and other localization tools,
you probably don't need Rosetta. I think it might make it easier for
new translators to get started, though. Some teams may also find it
easier than CVS for coordinating and submitting their work.
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