[haiku-i18n-hi] Re: alpha3 delay

  • From: Atharva Lath <atharva_96@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: <haiku-i18n-hi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2011 17:06:55 +0530

Sir,
The work will be over soon.

(: Atharva :) 



Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 14:47:04 +0530
Subject: [haiku-i18n-hi] Re: alpha3 delay
From: abhishek9797@xxxxxxxxx
To: haiku-i18n-hi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Sir ,
You can see there is much progress in the work

On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Atharva Lath <atharva_96@xxxxxxxx> wrote:






Sir,I have started checking the translations and finished many of them.


(: Atharva :) 




> Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2011 10:50:02 -0800
> Subject: [haiku-i18n-hi] Re: alpha3 delay
> From: scottmc2@xxxxxxxxx
> To: haiku-i18n-hi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

> 
> On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 3:50 PM, scottmc <scottmc2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > It looks like we might have a week or so delay in the release of

> > Alpha3, this might help give some time for the Hindi team to get their
> > translations into Haiku in time still.  There's been a few small
> > additional i18n text strings added to HTA in the past few weeks that

> > some of you might be able to translate in small chunks.  I'd like to
> > see some of the graphs turning green by March 8th.  I should have a
> > better picture of the new freeze date in a few days here, but my

> > current guess is around March 18th-21st.  I'll follow up here when I
> > get a better target.
> > -scottmc
> >
> 
> Hey all,
> 
> The original freeze date for Haiku Alpha3 has come and gone, but there

> were some issues that still need to be resolved, so we have put the
> release on hold until we can get those issues fixed.  In the meantime
> that means there's still enough time to get more translations updated

> and finally checked in.  Hindi is the last language that was mostly
> completed during the Google Code In that has not yet been added into
> Haiku.  I just checked and don't see any of the translated strings

> going from orange to green yet for Hindi.  Perhaps now that exams have
> passed there will be time to check these over?
> http://hta.polytect.org/

> 
> There's been a handful of smaller text additions in the last 2 months
> and they are also working on localizing the names of the programs and
> preflets as well.  So you'll see some next entries that need to be

> translated.  I suspect the Haiku Hindi keyboard layout could also use
> work?  I haven't done any Keyboard setups, for a challenge see if any
> of you can figure out how to create a keyboard layout in Haiku.  If

> you make one that works, open a new trac ticket at dev.haiku-os.org
> and attach it to the ticket.  just don't change the Command keys to
> Windows/Linux mode though...

> 
> If you need any non Hindi related help please ask on the Haiku i18n
> general mailing list, there's many on that list that can help out for
> general issues related to Haiku translation issues.

> 
> -scottmc
> 
                                          


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Thanks And Regards
Abhishek Arora

                                          

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