[Localization] Odp: polish wiki
gonzalo at laptop.org
Thu Jan 5 14:10:41 EST 2012
I continue working in the Polish data.
Can you translate these texts?:
header = '*From Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia'*
footer = *Content available under the GNU Free Documentation License
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Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
results title =* Search results for '%s'.*
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2012/1/3 Dominik Granada <dgranada at frks.pl>
> it had to be some settings problem on my PC, sorted it out
> I sent you the index html page translated and made final cut to 430+
> let me know what next
> and thanks for help :)
> ----- Wiadomość oryginalna -----
> *Od:* Gonzalo Odiard <gonzalo at laptop.org>
> *Do:* Dominik Granada <dgranada at frks.pl>
> *DW:* localization at lists.laptop.org
> *Wysłano:* 3 stycznia 2012 13:22
> *Temat:* Re: [Localization] Odp: polish wiki
> On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 8:56 AM, Dominik Granada <dgranada at frks.pl> wrote:
>> Many thanks for help with creating polish Wiki. I will check the words
>> again and try to cut them a bit. Although I would quarrel over Messi :)
> Perfect. I have already started to process the wikipedia pl dump file.
>> On the other issue - the index_pl.html file. The _en version you sent me
>> is read-only. Can you send me an open one or I should find a way to extract
>> the html?
> The file I have sent you is not read only. Have you tried edit it with
> Maybe you know any web developer or designer who can help with this task?
>> ----- WiadomoĹ Ä oryginalna -----
>> *Od:* Gonzalo Odiard <gonzalo at laptop.org>
>> *Do:* Dominik Granada <dgranada at frks.pl>
>> *WysĹ ano:* 2 stycznia 2012 23:21
>> *Temat:* Re: polish wiki
>> I did a single list with the two files you have sent and sorted the words
>> to identify
>> The file have 537 words. I sent this file attached.
>> To have a reference, I have used a list of 431 files in the spanish
>> and including only the images in this 431 pages (no all the images in the
>> the .xo file weight 200MB
>> May be you can remove the less important words in this list.
>> For example, Batman or James Bond, are not very important for the school,
>> (or Lionel Messi...)
>> If you are ok with this big list, tell me, if not, please remove the less
>> important words,
>> and send to me again.
>> A final note, would be good continue with this mails in a mailing list (I
>> don'tÂ know
>> if you prefer sugar-devel or localization) to encourage more people to
>> work in other
>> languages wikis.
>> 2012/1/2 Dominik Granada <dgranada at frks.pl>
>>> >In the same format than the other list Â you have sent
>>> here it comes .
>>> A text file, with one word by line.
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