Re: State of i18n
- Hi all,
Yes we'll definitely read all of the suggestions that you guys have
offered, we're obviosuly keen to find a solution that makes life
easier for you (the translators) without sacrificing any of PCGen's
Needless to say the messages on this board have given us a lot to
Thanks all for the contributions so far, I personally can't wait to
see PCGen truly become a world domination tool ;)
> Count me in, I'll wait for the decision you will take on how tochange the
> i18n methods.counted
> When it will be ok I'll translate everything you want in Italian, I
> 3 persons interested in helping with that and I will keep in touch withdatasets,
> However, I suggest to add an additional tag for translation in the
> with that all would be easyer to do...
> .. I suggest you (if you already didn't) to read all suggestion that was
> made in that mailing list in the last weeks by everyone.
> 2007/4/26, Martijn Verburg <martijnverburg@...>:
> > Hi all,
> > As Tom has previously posted, we're focussing heavily on 5.12 at the
> > moment so have little time to look at stuff indepth on the i18n side
> > of things.
> > I'm looking to appoint a new i18n team lead as backup to Aaron (who's
> > away at the moment), but realistically this will be after we get 5.12
> > out the door.
> > i18n is roadmapped for 6.0, so for that we'll be taking a list of work
> > to be done from you guys and implementing those as trackers for the
> > code monkeys to tackle (we already have some listed, but obviously
> > need more).
> > The BoD is definitely keen to get i18n working, but as the experienced
> > developers amongst you know, retrofitting i18n support into existing
> > software is non trivial.
> > Thanks all for being part of this, we _will_ make this happen!
> > K
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