Russian translation

Martin Geisler mg at lazybytes.net
Tue May 17 15:46:36 CDT 2011


Alexander Sauta <demosito at gmail.com> writes:

> Hello all.
> I'm using Mercurial in my everday job and find it very usefull, so I'd
> like to reward the community somehow. And since I'm not Python
> programmer, I'm afraid that the only thing I can offer is the Russian
> translation. So, I have the following questions:
>
> 1. Is it actually needed ;)?

Good question... Most programmers I know prefer to use the English
version of most programs. However, there are some people who are super
happy to find programs speaking their native language and for them it
matters a lot.

> 2. On TranslatingMercurial Wiki page and clones of hg-i18n on
> Bitbucket Russian translation isn't mentioned. However, it's listed on
> Transifex with zero ready strings. Does someone performing
> translation, and if yes, how can I help him?

I haven't heard anything from the guy who requested the Russian langauge
team on transifex, so you should just go ahead.

We're not really using transifex much -- we used to use it to see
statistics about how complete each translation is, but they've changed
the site so that it no longer pulls automatically from Bitbucket. I
should update the instructions in the wiki.

-- 
Martin Geisler

Mercurial links: http://mercurial.ch/
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