Reserving Lithuanian translation, need help with missing voices for GCompris release 1.0
Mantas Kriaučiūnas Baltix
baltix at gmail.com
Sun Oct 11 07:34:50 BST 2020
I'm planning to finish Lithuanian translation (gcompris-qt.po) in next
week, but need help with missing voices for GCompris release 1.0:
* gcompris_voices.pot corresponds to the translation of the voices we use
to introduce the activities.
If you (or someone you know) have time to record voices, we have a page
listing all missing ones for Lithuanian: https://gcompris
.net/voicestats/voice_status_lt.html and a small tutorial on how to record
and send them to us: https://gcompris.net/wiki/Voice_translation_Qt
Thanks for development such nice free education software,
On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 6:06 PM Timothée Giet <animtim at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have made some beta packages for Windows and Android too, for
> translators who need it.
> It is also good for general testing, as there might be issues specific to
> Android with the different screen ratio and input method. And for Windows,
> I updated the build environment compared to previous release, so it is good
> to have some testing too.
> Please report issues either on the bugtracker ( https://bugs.kde.org/ )
> or on IRC / webchat.kde.org (room # gcompris).
> Windows 32bit and 64bit packages:
> Android 32bit package:
> Le 14/09/2020 à 20:50, Johnny Jazeix a écrit :
> Sorry, I forgot to add a subject...
> Le lun. 14 sept. 2020 à 20:45, Johnny Jazeix <jazeix at gmail.com> a écrit :
>> We have entered the string freeze for GCompris 1.0!
>> Please get your translations ready before November 15th 12:00 CET.
>> We plan to do the release on November 17th.
>> For the changelog:
>> * the main part is the addition of the Activity Settings menu with
>> Dataset selection for a lot of activities, allowing to choose more
>> specifically what we can be learned on the activities
>> * new activities:
>> - Digital electricity was one the last important activities from the
>> old version that is finally ported to the new version.
>> - Learn digits and two subactivities to learn additions and
>> subtractions. The aim is to teach these concepts to younger children, with
>> easy computations.
>> - Baby keyboard where, when a character is typed on the keyboard, we
>> display it on the screen and play the corresponding voice if it exists.
>> - Gravity, which replaces the old "Intro Gravity", explains better
>> the concept and is more realistic.
>> * A lot of usability improvements, fixes and graphic updates.
>> There have been a lot of corrections/new strings, this is why the string
>> freeze period is long this time.
>> You can find the files to translate at:
>> Apart from the main file
>> (https://l10n.kde.org/stats/gui/stable-kf5/po/gcompris_qt.po/), it
>> would be great to have translations for those two files:
>> We also updated 1 string in the lang file:
>> The orange color was sometimes mistranslated with "orange color" instead
>> of "orange" only.
>> The documentation also has been updated:
>> and if you have more time, check the translation of the website:
>> Also, if you would like to record missing voices for your language, this
>> is a good time to do it.
>> You can test the beta with this package (GNU/Linux 64bit only):
>> Thank you!
>> Timothée & Johnny
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