On 19 December 2011 10:48, David Bernier <david250@...> wrote:
On Monday 19 December 2011 16:16:32 David Hare wrote:
On 18/12/11 21:25, atilla ontas wrote:
> Hi. I'm<tarakbumba>  a Turkish translator of Mandriva Linux, Mageia
> Linux, Arch Linux and some other projects. I would like to translate
> TDE into Turkish. First of all, is TDE have a web translation
> interface, like pootel, transifex, launchpad etc.? If it has, would
> you mind to give their adresses? Also, is there a wiki page to explain
> translation process?

apt-cache show kde-i18n-tr-trinity

the OP uses rpm based distros (or other), so apt-cache won't help much here :)

werner


David B  (me):
I notices that Arch Linux uses the Pacman package manager, and
that Pacman has a git repository where "tar-balls" *.tar.gz
of the latest Pacman version are available:

< http://projects.archlinux.org/pacman.git/ > .

Also, although I don't use Arch Linux, I've read Pacman is
a "powerful package manager".

 David Bernie

Pacman is by far the greatest package manager to date! I love it :) it is sane compared to yum and apt/dpkg/aptitiude/whatever

But we do have an instance of launchpad, which the OP mentioned. I wonder if we could use it for translations? (our launchpad service is the Quickbuild)

Calvin Morrison