Jan 09 2007

Translating the OLPC

In a previous post, we covered how to install fonts and enabling writing support on the OLPC. The OLPC contains a limited number of applications that are available to be translated. These applications include

  1. NetworkManager, part of the GNOME project (HEAD, extras)
  2. alsa-utils, ???
  3. aspell, external
  4. atk10, part of the GNOME project (GNOME 2.18, developer)
  5. chkconfig, part of the Fedora Project
  6. diffutils, external
  7. glib20, part of the GNOME project (GNOME 2.18, developer)
  8. gst-plugins-base-0.10, external
  9. gst-plugins-good-0.10, external
  10. gstreamer-0.10, external
  11. gtk20-properties, part of the GNOME project (GNOME 2.18, developer)
  12. gtk20, part of the GNOME project (GNOME 2.18, developer)
  13. hal, external
  14. initscripts, part of the Fedora Project
  15. libc, part of the Translation Project (reduced version?)
  16. libuser, part of the Fedora Project
  17. libwnck, part of the GNOME Project (GNOME 2.18, desktop)
  18. stardict, external
  19. vte, part of the GNOME Project (GNOME 2.18, desktop)
  20. wget, part of the Translation Project

The links provided point to the latest available version. The versions that the OLPC using are not the latest with the upstream project, therefore keep in mind that the translated files may differ. It would be good to establish the exact .PO files from the OLPC project (URL to source?).

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2 comments

    • nikosx on January 9, 2007 at 16:04
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    το Sugar είναι μεταφράσιμο;

  1. Ναι, είναι μεταφράσιμο. Δες
    http://dev.laptop.org/git.do?p=sugar;a=tree;f=po

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