[Calendar l10n] Status update on the state of localization
thanks for the feedback on my last post. Since my last post six days ago
we've moved from 8 languages with green tinderboxen to 19 languages.
Thanks a lot for all your hard work guys
Here's a short overview of the current situation:
1) The following locales have green tinderboxen on the
MOZILLA_1_8_BRANCH and should be okay for the RC1:
ca, cs, da, de, es-AR, es-ES, eu, fr, ga-IE, ka, lt, mk, nb-NO, pl,
pt-BR, pt-PT, sk, uk, zh-CN
2) The following locales have orange or red tinderboxen on the
MOZILLA_1_8_BRANCH but are okay on ...[Calendar l10n] Status update for 0.8
I know that the date (Feb 07) that localizers should finish thei
localizations to be included in the RC1 release is still a few day
away. Nonetheless I want to give you a short update on where we ar
1) The following locales have green tinderboxen on th
MOZILLA_1_8_BRANCH and should be okay for the RC1
es-ES, fr, ka, lt, nb-NO, pl, pt-PT, s
2) The following locales have red tinderboxen on th
MOZILLA_1_8_BRANCH but are okay on the trunk
cs, eu, ga-IE, ko, t
Guys, please commit the changes that you made on the trunk to th
M...[l10n] l10n process and documentation
As discussed in the last bi-weekly meeting, we at Mozilla Italia are
trying to formalize a process to coordinate the Italian MDN localization
In this regard, we started writing a document that we plan to publish on
the Italian localization of MDN. It has been suggested by jms that we
publish it under https://developer.mozilla.org/it/MDN/ .
Our problem is we have a somewhat cumbersome way of handling the review
process of localized articles. We have a single topic on our forum where
we ask for revision, our QA people suggests corrections and we
localizers correct our transl...late-l10n change
a late-l10n change has been checked-in in bug 415781
(https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=415781) for the next
Firefox 3 release.
+editBookmarkPanel.editBookmarkTitle=Edit This Bookmark
This will need your action to update locales
...A few late L10n changes
We fixed a few bugs this week and added some information that touched
L10n (r11294). These updates are in SVN now and it would be great if
you get the chance to localize them. We're still planning on launching
before the end of the month.
Bug 419913 - This adds 4 short new strings that are on the front page of
the site to help with navigation. This is the most important to localize.
Bug 417597 - Adds one new string: "$num reviews" - used on all the
add-on detail pages for how many reviews the add-on has.
Bug 416779 - Adds 4 new strings to the dev contro...l10n dashboard defunct, no progress on product l10n, regression from hg update
in case you wonder, the l10n dashboard is not going to pick up any new
data, nor produce any builds, there's a regression from an hg update on
hg.mozilla.org that's breaking the infrastructure.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=573285 is the culprit.
This basically stops any progress on l10n on any of our hg-based
Thanks to a sunday shift by Aravind, the l10n dashboard is up again.
On 21.06.10 02:08, Axel Hecht wrote:
> in case you wonder, the l10n dashboard is not going to pick up any new
> data, n...Updating l10n-merge in production, switching on l10n-merge in general, all of Firefox, TB, SeaMonkey, whatnot
the version of compare-locales/l10n-merge we use in release production
is rather dated, and we should update. We should also switch on
l10n-merge across the board on all builds. This is a bit of a can of
worms. I'll try to untangle that, but you know me.
Features of the new code:
- catches more errors (yet more in the works right now, thanks android)
- *fixes* more errors by removing bad strings from existing files and
replacing them with en-US
- all release automations (moco, momo, seamonkey) refer to the same
http://hg...[L10N] Few pebbles that grinds l10n-ability
Hello everyone :)
I am currently trying to translate (and update) the JS section as a whole.
Doing this=2C I encounter some problems=2C that I would say are particularl=
linked to l10n (localization).
Some things are going well :) and some other not that much. I would like=20
to discuss the following points:
- Template l10n: I am really grateful for Florian and Jean-Yves to be=20
there to add what's needed in the macro!!! Without them=2C it would be a=20
hard time getting these localized.
- Template l10n-ability: generated ToC are cool=2C auto-next/prev in=20
guides a...late-l10n changes and b2
there has been another landing of region.properties clean-up. Sadly,
this landing conflicts with the b2 tinderboxens, so it's either those
going green or the branch nightlies.
Please make sure that you get the b2 builds as good as possible for now.
If you look at your tinderbox page, for example showbuilds, those are
the builds called Fx-Release nl. The builds called Fx-Nightly are
building the current trunk.
We're building both trees right now in order to get both b2 and rc1
development going, sadly, the string changes on the branch kind-of spoil
that attemp...merging amo-l10n and l10n.web lists or not ?
We have a general purpose mailing list/newsgroup for general web
localization which is email@example.com
(mozilla.dev.l10n.web on usenet), we also have a mailing-list for AMO
localization only at firstname.lastname@example.org
Given that both lists are low traffic and there is some overlap, do you
think that we should merge them?
I would be particularily interested in knowing what users of both lists
think of it and why we should merge lists or not merge them.
> Hi people,
> We have a general purpose mai...Late-l10n
Bug 284086 (No keyboard shortcut for "Highlight All" on OS X), checked
in on the 1.8 branch introduces a new string (highlight.macTooltip
entity) in toolkit/locales/en-US/chrome/global/findbar.dtd
...Thunderbird 3 l10n status update
a short update on where we are right now in terms of releasing
- The RC1 is done. The build machines are currently building the RC1
builds. Once we see how the RC1 builds are doing, we will decide
whether we need an RC2 or not.
- I've tried to include all the l10n changesets that you guys gave me.
The complete list that I used is available at
- Everything is looking good on the product side l10n-wise.
- However on the web l10n side we are far fr...l10n status
I’m opening this thread to give you an update on the localization status
in Gaia. So far we had the choice between two l10n systems:
• the dtd/properties one, which has been used by all Mozilla projects
so far, but isn’t suitable for complex grammatical cases (it’s just a
list of key/value pairs);
• the LOL/l20n one, which is being developed by the Mozilla l10n team:
it brings an interesting approach to handle complex grammatical cases (=
LOL expressions) but its current format is nowhere near any standard at
the moment — and there’s no JS implementation to u...[l10n-sr] Starting up Serbian l10n for Thunderbird
Who do I need to bu^H^Hcontact to start the Serbian l10n up for
For Firefox, I got from Axel a nice tinderbox build and a nightly build
and buildbot space and stuff.
Thunderbird's next. Please help.
Filip Miletic wrote:
> Greets all.
> Who do I need to bu^H^Hcontact to start the Serbian l10n up for
> For Firefox, I got from Axel a nice tinderbox build and a nightly build
> and buildbot space and stuff.
> Thunderbird's next. Please help.
Yeah, I postpone nagging...