Dov Zamir | 7 Apr 16:28 2007

Re: Hebrew Mailman Support

ציטוט Barry Warsaw:

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It's probably best to open a patch issue on SourceForge and attach your .po file to the patch.  Then send a link to that issue here.  One of us will pull it into svn from there.


I have just uploaded the Hebrew translation files to Sourceforge as issue number 1696053. Here is the attached description:

Attached are the Hebrew files for Mailman 2.1.9
I added a parameter to the LC_DESCRIPTION function, and these are the files
that are affected by the addition of 'direction' to the 'LC_DESCRIPTION'
function. They have been changed, and diffs are attached...

./Mailman/Cgi/create.py
./Mailman/Defaults.py.in
./Mailman/Defaults.py
./Mailman/Utils.py
./messages/es/README.es
./messages/ja/README.ja
./messages/ja/doc/Defaults.py.in
./messages/eu/README.eu

Likewise, all translation files are attached.

There is still a problem displaying command line output in the correct
direction. Still looking for a solution...
Geno | 10 Apr 16:23 2007
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What's the difference?

Hi all,

Can you help me understand is there a difference between "account options",
"membership options" and "subscription settings"?

All of them are used on the subscription confirmation page and seems
that they have one and the same meaning.

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TIA,
Geno Roupsky / Гено Рупски
Mark Sapiro | 10 Apr 19:24 2007
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Re: What's the difference?

Geno wrote:
>
>Can you help me understand is there a difference between "account options",
>"membership options" and "subscription settings"?
>
>All of them are used on the subscription confirmation page and seems
>that they have one and the same meaning.

The phrase "Your subscription settings are shown below" refers to the
Real Name, digest and language setting to be applied to your
subscription as you confirm it.

"you will be shown your account options page" refers to the page on
which you can "further customize your membership options". I.e
"account options page" refers to the page; membership options" refers
to the options on that page. Also, "You can change it by visiting your
personal options page." refers to that same page.

Despite the use of some of these terms to refer to a page and some to
refer to the settings on that page, the terms "account options",
"membership options" and "personal options" all refer to the same
thing, namely your option settings for this list.

In general "subscription settings" could refer to the same thing, but
in the context of this page, "subscription settings" refers
specifically to the three things that are set on this page.

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Mark Sapiro <msapiro <at> value.net>       The highway is for gamblers,
San Francisco Bay Area, California    better use your sense - B. Dylan

Geno | 11 Apr 10:03 2007
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Re: What's the difference?

2007/4/10, Mark Sapiro <msapiro <at> value.net>:
> Geno wrote:
> >
> >Can you help me understand is there a difference between "account options",
> >"membership options" and "subscription settings"?
> >
> >All of them are used on the subscription confirmation page and seems
> >that they have one and the same meaning.
>
>
> The phrase "Your subscription settings are shown below" refers to the
> Real Name, digest and language setting to be applied to your
> subscription as you confirm it.
>
> "you will be shown your account options page" refers to the page on
> which you can "further customize your membership options". I.e
> "account options page" refers to the page; membership options" refers
> to the options on that page. Also, "You can change it by visiting your
> personal options page." refers to that same page.
>
> Despite the use of some of these terms to refer to a page and some to
> refer to the settings on that page, the terms "account options",
> "membership options" and "personal options" all refer to the same
> thing, namely your option settings for this list.
>
> In general "subscription settings" could refer to the same thing, but
> in the context of this page, "subscription settings" refers
> specifically to the three things that are set on this page.
>

Thank you very much, this really gave me a clear view of the page. I
tried to translate it as close as possible and in the same time keep
the repeated phrases minimum, as in Bulgarian we don't have so much
different words for one thing :). We'll see what the rest of the
translation team will say about it.

Regards,
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Geno Roupsky / Гено Рупски
Dov Zamir | 23 Apr 17:04 2007

Re: Hebrew Mailman Support

Hi all,


I am resending this email, as well as to the other mailing lists, since I have received zero feedback since sending the original over two weeks ago.


Should I assume there is no interest in this translation, and just keep it for my own sites?


ציטוט Dov Zamir:

ציטוט Barry Warsaw:

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It's probably best to open a patch issue on SourceForge and attach your .po file to the patch.  Then send a link to that issue here.  One of us will pull it into svn from there.


I have just uploaded the Hebrew translation files to Sourceforge as issue number 1696053. Here is the attached description:

Attached are the Hebrew files for Mailman 2.1.9
I added a parameter to the LC_DESCRIPTION function, and these are the files
that are affected by the addition of 'direction' to the 'LC_DESCRIPTION'
function. They have been changed, and diffs are attached...

./Mailman/Cgi/create.py
./Mailman/Defaults.py.in
./Mailman/Defaults.py
./Mailman/Utils.py
./messages/es/README.es
./messages/ja/README.ja
./messages/ja/doc/Defaults.py.in
./messages/eu/README.eu

Likewise, all translation files are attached.

There is still a problem displaying command line output in the correct
direction. Still looking for a solution...
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Barry Warsaw | 23 Apr 18:48 2007

Re: [Mailman-Developers] Hebrew Mailman Support


On Apr 23, 2007, at 11:04 AM, Dov Zamir wrote:

> I am resending this email, as well as to the other mailing lists,  
> since
> I have received zero feedback since sending the original over two  
> weeks ago.
>
>
> Should I assume there is no interest in this translation, and just  
> keep
> it for my own sites?

Dov, I'm sorry.  It's definitely been on my list of things to do, but  
I just haven't had time yet.  We will definitely get it in for a  
Mailman 2.1.10 release.

Thanks,
-Barry

Dov Zamir | 26 Apr 20:37 2007

Re: Fw: Hebrew Mailman direct link

ציטוט mendy kramer:

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is there problem with the file?
Hi Mendy,

I am not succeeding to upload a good file to sourceforge, don't know why.

I am attaching the file here and hope this one works.
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Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2007 5:27 PM
Subject: RE: Hebrew Mailman direct link

When I download the file at that location, I am still unable to uncompress it.  It is 207,480 bytes.
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From: mendy kramer [mailto:tverya <at> gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2007 1:30 AM
To: Rabbi Simcha Backman
Cc: Kristofer Munn
Subject: Hebrew Mailman direct link

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Attachment (Mailman_2.1.9_he.tar.gz): application/x-gzip, 273 KiB

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