jazeix at gmail.com
Fri Sep 18 17:03:43 BST 2020
(I'm one of the GCompris' maintainers).
We don't have an actual translation for Telugu.
I sent a mail a few days ago because we are now in the process of the
string freeze for the new version:
noticed you answered but misunderstood. I thought you were asking to help
for the Greek translation!
I can send you the po files to translate directly by email, and you can
send them back to me so I can commit them in the svn if you don't have the
rights (if there is no one in the list to do a translation-review or can't
Once the translation is complete (or at least 80%), we will add Telugu to
the list of selectable languages in GCompris too (else the translation
wouldn't be used).
Le ven. 18 sept. 2020 à 15:12, G Karunakar <indlinux at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hi Akash,
> I think there is no list specific for Telugu for KDE.
> We used to have this list, a few years ago when some Telugu
> contributors were active.
> I am not sure how many folks are still on this list.
> Since for many Indian languages the contributors are handful, I would
> suggest a common list.
> When you have enough folks then split to a separate list.
> I think you want to contribute to Gcompris, which maybe not having any
> active translator for telugu.
> Though it seems someone did some work a few years back, so not sure
> where those PO files are.
> Best to ask in Gcompris list.
> On Fri, Sep 18, 2020 at 6:33 PM Akash Rao <akash.rao.ind at gmail.com> wrote:
> > i am akash, a translator for telugu.
> > can someone point me to the mailing lists for telugu, like - kde-l10n-te
> and kde-i18n-te?
> > they are not listed at https://l10n.kde.org/teams-list.php for some
> reason ...
> > thanks :)
> > akash
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