l10n webtools up, lxr and bonsai
Thanks to Chase, we now have a bonsai for the l10n repository,
http://bonsai-l10n.mozilla.org/cvsqueryform.cgi. This comes in addition
to http://lxr.mozilla.org/l10n/, so now we have the webtools we need to
track down the branches, and do source code management the way we like
it for l10n. There are known issues with links forth and back, or some
users still being listed as uid6xx. This was
Axel Hecht schrieb:
> Thanks to Chase, we now have a bonsai for the l10n repository,
> http://bonsai-l10n.mozilla.org/cvsq...http://dev.123done.org/ versus http://123done.org/
The first site is looking very good for a model for a prospective RP.
Add in the improved password analysis tool and it would be even
Why doesn't the original site stay in sync?
...login.persona.org l10n updates
a week ago I finished the translation of Persona and was hoping to
see my work live, but since the site is still showing the old strings I
guess the l10n updates are not automatic. I am writing here so that
action can be made towards picking up the l10n updates. What is the
procedure? Is it enough just to write here with request or bug have to
I am working on Bulgarian translation.
...Amazon SES enabled on dev.anosrep.org and fixed on personatest.org
When personatest.org was migrated from Zerigo to AWS Route53 we lost the
TXT record that authorizes AWS SES to send email as users
@personatest.organd SES was going to be disabled in a few days. I've
recreated the TXT
record to re-enable SES. I've also created the TXT record needed for
dev.anosrep.org to enable SES (which was failed due to the missing record).
...[meta] perl.org mail, ftp.cpan.org, www.perl.org and so on...
In the next hour or so we will be moving the box hosting
ftp.cpan.org, cpan.valueclick.com, (perl|cpan).org mail,
www.cpan.org, www.perl.org and so on to the rack next to the one
it's in now. The downtime should be less than 10 minutes, but now
you are forewarned in case I hit the 110V/230V switch while we move
it or something.
ask bjoern hansen, http://ask.netcetera.dk/ !try; do();
...Bonsai for l10n
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Is there a bonsai interface for l10n?
Thanks in advance,
Jo=C3=A3o Miguel Neves
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Torrent links for TheBroken.org & Systm.org
Episodes 1-3: http://www.thebroken.org/
Episode 4: http://systm.org/
Winamp TV stream
Episodes 1-3: igogg.com
...[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...Org
Name: Ralf Feldmaier
Product: Gran Paradiso Alpha 1
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20061204 GranParadiso/3.0a1
...[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...Linuxquestions.org & Mandrakeusers.org
If you're new to Linux, check out the above site. A great discussion forums
site with plenty of experts to help answer Linux related questions.
If you use Mandrake Linux, check out the above discussion forums.
...merging amo-l10n and l10n.web lists or not ?
We have a general purpose mailing list/newsgroup for general web
localization which is firstname.lastname@example.org
(mozilla.dev.l10n.web on usenet), we also have a mailing-list for AMO
localization only at email@example.com
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...[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...perl.org & cpan.org mail
For quite a while I've had the project of getting everything on
tmtowtdi.perl.org moved to a new box called onion. The CPAN foo I'm
hosting was moved a while ago and www.perl.org has been running on
onion ever since I started hosting it at ValueClick, so those sites
were not affected.
Earlier today tmtowtdi had to be moved to a new rack, and when they
turned it on again it didn't quite feel like booting.
So, it got moved from the datacenter to it's current place behind my
desk and I got it started. Instead of just getting it running,
changing DNS, going h..."Florian Ragwitz" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Zefram" <email@example.com>, "Father Chrysostomos" <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
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Bit of a slow week, as I didn't have net access for a couple of days. It was
awful, and doesn't leave me with that much to report; But on the other hand,
it was an awesome week - Midterm passed, the pad stuff got merged, and all
the bugs in that started popping out. Fun : ) I'll follow up on that in
another mail, so back to last week.
With the pad merge, getting our and the error messages with scalar
filehandles working done was only a few lines, which makes several TODO
tests to pass;...