Ani Peter | 27 Aug 13:14 2014
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Re: Fwd: Re: [Fedora QA] #450: Fedora 21 Translation (L10n) Test Day

Dear all,

Just noticed that the Fedora 21 schedule has changed again as below [1] :

Alpha Release : 9th Septemeber
Translation Deadline: 30th September

In this case, there is no use having L10n test day on 9th September. 
Hence I suggest we can move this date to 23rd September. The slot is 
free [2].

What say guys?

Best regards
Ani

[1] - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/21/Schedule
[2] - https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/list/QA/?subject=Test+Day

On 08/01/2014 12:00 PM, apeter <at> redhat.com wrote:
> Alright guys lets move to Sept 9th.
>
> On 08/01/2014 09:42 AM, Noriko Mizumoto wrote:
>> (2014年07月31日 17:07), apeter <at> redhat.com wrote:
>>> The translation deadline is moved to Sept 16 [1] . In that case 
>>> shall we
>>> move our L10n test day to 8th or 9th September? Slot is free [2]. What
>>> say guys??
>>
>> +1, prob 9-Sep "first Tuesday"[1].
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Fedora Internationalization | 26 Aug 11:36 2014

#33: Keep watching MozTrap related discussion

#33: Keep watching MozTrap related discussion
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  Reporter:  pnemade  |     Owner:  i18n <at> …
      Type:  meeting  |    Status:  new
  Priority:  major    |  Keywords:
Blocked By:           |  Blocking:
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 On test list there is this thread started
 https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/test/2014-August/122405.html. We
 need to keep watching this as F21 test days are coming soon.

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Fedora Internationalization | 13 Aug 05:38 2014

#32: Fedora 21 i18n test day

#32: Fedora 21 i18n test day
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  Reporter:  tagoh  |     Owner:  i18n <at> …
      Type:  task   |    Status:  new
  Priority:  major  |  Keywords:
Blocked By:         |  Blocking:
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 = description =
 i18n test day is scheduled at 2nd September. we may need to update all of
 the test cases to ensure those works on f21.
 This ticket is a tracker for them.

 = recommendation/goal =
 We should finish checking by the meeting at 27th August.

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Aman Alam | 2 Aug 15:01 2014
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more Google Noto Fonts

Hi
I opened Google Noto Font page and found that there are 96 fonts 
available, while Fedora list is not that big. Also built package showing
20130807-2.fc21
while some more language available on project page.
  Gurmukhi (Punjabi) fonts are available on Site, but need to include in 
Fedora.

Can we include more fonts and build for Fedora 21?

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#31: Fedora 21 i18n docbeats

#31: Fedora 21 i18n docbeats
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  Reporter:  tagoh    |     Owner:  i18n <at> …
      Type:  meeting  |    Status:  new
  Priority:  major    |  Keywords:
Blocked By:           |  Blocking:
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 = phenomenon =
 We may want to mention some changes for i18n in f21.

 For references:

 * docbeats page: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Documentation_I18n_Beat
 * schedule: http://fedorapeople.org/groups/schedule/f-21/f-21-docs-
 tasks.html
 * workflow: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs_Project_workflow_-
 _beat_writing

 Wiki freeze for Beta is set to 18th of August.

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Akira TAGOH | 3 Jul 05:23 2014
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i18n test day

Hi,

I was about to open a ticket for i18n test day next meeting, but that topic might be not suitable to discuss in
the limited time frame. so that may be a good idea to have a (pre-)discussion here and take it into the
meeting as needed.

The tasks we need to do prior to run the test day, is:

* fix the date
* update the test cases for f21
* review

Any other suggestions or comments are welcome.

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Akira TAGOH | 24 Jun 12:59 2014
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Reminder: i18n meeting 2014-06-25 0600 UTC

Hi,

It's been a while since we have canceled our meetings so many times.
Tomorrow, we'll have from the time described in the subject.

At this moment, we have one topic to discuss in the meeting:
 * #30: review Workstation Technical Specification for i18n

Please open a ticket if you have further topics to discuss in the meeting:
  http://fedorahosted.org/i18n/

Thanks,
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Fedora Internationalization | 20 Jun 07:50 2014

#30: review Workstation Technical Specification for i18n

#30: review Workstation Technical Specification for i18n
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  Reporter:  petersen  |     Owner:  i18n <at> …
      Type:  meeting   |    Status:  new
  Priority:  major     |  Keywords:
Blocked By:            |  Blocking:
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 = phenomenon =
 It is slightly late but I think it is still useful and important
 for the Fedora i18n Project to review and check the
 http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Workstation/Technical_Specification
 for i18n support and issues. I believe there is also a draft package list.

 We can post any feedback or comments to the Fedora desktop list or
 open a ticket on the Workstation WG trac.

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Parag Nemade | 29 May 06:55 2014
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system-config-language-2.1.0 released

Hi,
   It took some time but finally we have a working 
system-config-language[1] tool in Fedora rawhide. The major changes 
happened from 1.4.1 release to this 2.1.0 release are
1) system-config-language GUI is re-written using PyGobject3 API's.
2) system-config-language checks packages to install for any language 
using yum-langpacks instead of groups in comps file.
3) system-config-language now uses Packagekit API to install packages.
4) system-config-language migrated from usermode to Policykit.

There is one more release coming soon that will add translations and 
some enhancements to langpack packages installation code module.

Regards,
Parag.

[1] https://fedorahosted.org/system-config-language/
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Peng Wu | 9 May 05:42 2014
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Change the default Simplified Chinese fonts to WenQuanYi Micro Hei on Fedora 21

Hi,

After polling on Fedora Chinese mailing list, I changed the default
Simplified Chinese fonts of Fedora 21 to WenQuanYi Micro Hei.

This change will give better rendering results on Full HD screen.

The changes are landed on Fedora 21 comps.

Feel free to comment it.

Thanks,
  Peng Wu

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pravin.d.s@gmail.com | 25 Apr 16:00 2014
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[Announce] Liberation fonts version 2 now available on github as well

Hi All,
    
    Liberation is very special fonts in opensource world. It has served open source communities for more that 7 years. It has got an excellent user base.

    We released liberation 2.0 two years back. Though we reverted this change in Fedora due to mismatch of hinting bytecode with liberation1. Liberation 2 is actively used with Libreoffice for last 2+ years, since it has got a better character coverage.

     Recently i had conversation with Wikimedia developer Ryan Kaldari where he mentioned "We evaluated numerous fonts and Liberation Sans had the highest overall score of all the FOSS sans-serif fonts we evaluated."

    There was an issues [1] with positioning of accent marks which we have fixed. After it i believe Wikipedia is also now using Liberation fonts from bug. [2]

   For better collaboration for upcoming development of liberation 2, we have now made it available on github. [3] Existing fedorahosted git will be still there but i will mostly use it only for liberation 1.07 and liberation 2.0 development will happen on github and i will just sync fedorahosted git with github periodically.

Regards,
Pravin Satpute 
 

   
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