l10n 2.2 Sign-off: Results
Below you will find the locales that are considered as PASS and CONDITIONAL PASS on l10n sign-off for 2.2 release.
Any language not listed here should be considered as FAIL on 2.2 - either because they had too many missing strings (more than 300), too many bugs, or some other major issue. You may contact me directly for more info on status of specific languages.
Please note that locales that had more than 300 missing strings have not been tested. Also, this sign-off is for FxOS product side only. This does not reflect status of Marketplace, WebParts or Marketing material.
Fi...[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...Polish Thunderbird l10n owner change
Stefan Plewako (Stef on IRC) is now the owner of Polish Thunderbird
localization, replacing Piotr Komoda.
Stefan is a long-time contributor to the Polish Mozilla-related
projects; he's been previously involved in SeaMonkey l10n and the
MozillaPL.org community site.
Marek St�pie� wrote:
> Stefan Plewako (Stef on IRC) is now the owner of Polish Thunderbird
> localization, replacing Piotr Komoda.
> Stefan is a long-time contributor to the Polish Mozilla-related
> projects; he's been previously involved in SeaMonkey l10n ...l10n-owner approval requested for Firefox 1.0.7 l10n builds
Collect and ship all ready l10n builds for Firefox 1.0.7. Use this bug
as a tracking bug for pending localizations, as well.
1. Test builds found at
2. Build sign offs in this bug should be of the form:
<locale> ready for staging
Example: for cs-CZ:
cs-CZ ready for staging
If the locale isn't ready to ship, then note so by saying:
<locale> not ready fo...stable branch l10n changes/sign offs
there is an increasing set of examples where non-l10n coders see reasons
to do changes to l10n on the stable branch.
One is for example bug 329729, which may require us to force-set the
homepage_override thing to that particular page.
Another is the danish thunderbird having a bad product name.
Those are things that do change l10n, but in a perfectly predictable
way. Now, the big question we have and what I'd like to get feedback on,
would the l10n community feel odd about such changes being landed
without an sign-off process?
Or, in a more meta-physical matter, ...Thunderbird 2 L10n Deadline
We're going to be extending the deadline by one week for localizations that want to be a part of the Thunderbird 2 launch.
So we now have until Tuesday March 6th.
...Proposed Thunderbird 2 L10n String Freeze Date
We're working on the final schedule for Thunderbird 2. Our current thought it to be l10n string complete and code complete on Tuesday morning, February 27th PST.
That would leave 26 days between now and the freeze for localizers to react to any string suggestions from beta 2 testers.
Does anyone have any big objections to this date?
Scott MacGregor wrote:
> Hi All,
> We're working on the final schedule for Thunderbird 2. Our current
> thought it to be l10n string complete and code complete on Tuesday
> morning,...SeaMonkey 2 Alpha 2 and L10n
Unfortunately, we couldn't get our download manager and password manager
replacements for SeaMonkey 2 Alpha 2, so we will once again release this
alpha without localized builds. Once again, I'd like to offer
experimental language packs though, running language packs from
comm-central-l10n through my script to stick the en-US files for
download and password manager in and get some form of working language
packs for testing.
We're not expecting string changes in suite/ for the next few days until
we will probably cut Alpha 2 , with the possible exce...[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...Firefox OS 1.4 branched: 1.4: releases/gaia-l10n/v1_4, 2.0: /gaia-l10n
I've just branched the 1.4 efforts for Firefox OS.
The /gaia-l10n repos you worked on for the past 12 weeks are now aiming
at Firefox OS 2.0, for at least 6 weeks.
Your work and fixes for 1.4 shall go to /releases/gaia-l10n/v1_4/.
I've migrated your work for 1.4 onto those repositories, unless you're
petercg or civas, you guys landed stuff on those repos, you'll figure it
If you've pushed in the past hour, I might not have it.
I'll follow up when I have pushed the update to en-US.
.... and I just pushed 2.0 to /gaia-l10n/en-US....[ANNOUNCE] Thunderbird 3.1 beta2
we've been discussing the l10n status of the TB 3.1 beta2 release
internally. We have come to the conclusion, that due to the high number
of late-l10n checkins, we need to extend the l10n sign-in deadline
by three days. That should give localizers more time to adequately test
Therefore the new sign-in deadline is:
Thursday April 29th 23:59, pacific time.
Please use the new sign-in functionality in the l10n dashboard to
become part of this release with your latest revision.
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixed...184.108.40.206 and other no-l10n-impact releases and sign-offs
there has been a general consensus that the sign-off process we were
following on the 1.0.x branch was a bit wasteful and time-intensive.
I was internally proposing something more streamlined for releases
without l10n impact, and that is, that we drop the sign-off requirement
for those releases and just go for a QA commitment. This includes that
l10n-teams and their communities feel invited to the regular Firefox QA
testing days (next one will be tomorrow).
I want to ping you on this, and though this is on short notice, I guess
we'll go for it, unless you raise...RE: 220.127.116.11 and other no-l10n-impact releases and sign-offs
I checked the tinderbox for Mozilla1.8-l10n-zh-CN and found there are =
some string changes but for Mozilla1.8.0-l10n-zh-CN no change.
Will Mozilla1.8-l10n-zh-CN be used for any release ? Or just =
Mozilla1.8.0-l10n-zh-CN is used for next 1.5.0.x releases?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org =
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Axel Hecht
Sent: 2006=C4=EA1=D4=C226=C8=D5 1:54
Subject: Re: 18.104.22.168 and other no-l10n-impact releases and sign-offs
as there is no...L10n and SeaMonkey 2 Alpha 1 #2
I'm not sure if it there the right place to post, can you redirect me so
in french translation for mail account preference
There is something wrong in the am-server.xul line 330 with:
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