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Translation tasks

Post by mcsmom » Sun Dec 02, 2007 10:43 am

Thanks for all the enthusiasm and great work that we are seeing by our GHOP translators!

I want to make a few comments about translation tasks.

1. First, as you know, the  Joomla! community is multilingual. I encourage you to look for feedback for your work in the forum for the language you are translating into. Just start a post saying that you are a GHOP student and would like to get feedback on your work.

2. I also posted in the translation work group forum inviting members to volunteer to help. If you would like help, please add a post to that thread rather than starting a lot of new threads.

3.Before submitting final work, make sure that you have at least one person (besides yourself) who is a native speaker read your work and help you with mechanical issues like grammar, spelling, word choice and so on.

4. Understand that with translation it may take us a little while to find someone to review your final submission. We're doing our best!  We are thrilled and surprised at how many students we have already doing tasks.

5. Make sure you read the task carefully. The minimum task requirement is that you translate the four listed sections. Extra credit is to do the rest and/or to update the screenshots to your language.
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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by Chris Davenport » Thu Dec 06, 2007 5:20 pm

It has come to our attention that the tasks involving translations of the official Joomla! Installation Manual specify that the Joomla! Electronic Documentation License should be used.  This is a mistake as they will be derivative of the original which is under a Creative Commons license.  We apologise for this error.  Please ensure that all translations are shown as being under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share-alike 3.0 Unported license.

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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by Roman Blanty » Sat Dec 08, 2007 9:10 pm

It would be also good if participants could check with Translator of a given language if the tasks aren't translated already. For example: Polish installation manual is translated, except for some blanks in migration.
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I am still in the dark but hopefully I will be able to resolve it by Monday.
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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by AmyStephen » Sun Dec 09, 2007 6:54 am

Michel --

Would you please read Olivia's work and let her know if more is needed?

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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by Roman Blanty » Sun Dec 09, 2007 12:03 pm

I've already started yesterday ;)
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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by AmyStephen » Sun Dec 09, 2007 2:34 pm

I am trying to walk through all of the tasks this weekend. Yesterday, I finished about half of them.

There are a number of points of communication that are important - making certain we understand project status and ensuring the contest stipulations are followed, providing the student feedback and assistance, ensuring they are "released" as soon as possible (so they can select another task, if desired), keeping the records straight between Google and the J! forums, documenting due dates and communicating if the date is near, etc.).

It's not been easy with the number of students we are working with but, oh so valuable because of the results these students are providing our community and because are learning how we can better engage our own community.

I am also making a list of the translations and will publish here. If a member of the translation team wants to mentor a student for their language, the way to get started with that is to post into the thread, indicating a willingness to do so.

I'll post that list, here, later today.

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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by AmyStephen » Thu Dec 13, 2007 2:37 am

Here is a list of our existing Installation Translation GHOP Contestants and languages.

We welcome members of the Joomla! Translation Working Group or other community members who speak these languages to help the students with these tasks by providing your guidance, proofreading and direction.

Doing so is very simple, just post into their student's thread (link is number below), introduce yourself as their mentor, and take it from there. We would appreciate keeping the conversation in the forum thread, as much as possible, for purposes of transparency and involvement of the broader community. We would also welcome your evaluation of the student's task completion, posted in the same thread.

Since the Joomla! Translation Working Group is busy preparing for RC4, amongst many other local duties, we will not likely find mentors for each task before those tasks are complete. Google allows students to participate in up to 15 tasks and be paid for that participation. Therefore, we may accept a task as complete, have the student publish the completed work on Google's website, so that they can continue with the next task, without delay. The contest is not complete until the end of January. Reviews for this work can take place later and we will still consider the evaluation of translators at that time.

We will try to keep this list up-to-date. Please contact translators if you can! If there are any questions, do not hesitate to ask.


Arabic khl2007037

Brazilian Portuguese Matheus Svola120

Bulgaria unndomiell 123

Catalan Nitrosh 113

Czech peci1 122

Dutch Marieke92047Complete

French netantho 114

Hebrew Eli Zehavi041

Polish depresz044Complete

Serbian language in Latinic and Cyrillic fantasic 119

Spanish Maxi121 Complete

Traditional Chinese Medical-Wei115

Turkish duckling039

Ukrainian Evgeniuz116



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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by AmyStephen » Thu Dec 13, 2007 2:44 am

Link back to the Joomla! Translation Working Group GHOP Thread, for convenience.

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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by Roman Blanty » Thu Dec 13, 2007 4:42 am

I present a list of language coordinators. If you get no help with your translation task you might want to contact one responsible for your language. They will be glad to help you find somebody to assist you at your task. The link to send a private message is at the bottom of profile in "Additional information".

Please note that they have a lot of work right now so their answer might not be prompt.

I have already asked coordinators for language mentioned above for help.

       
         
            Albanian
         
            Albi
       
       
         
            Arabic
         
            aratype
       
       
         
            Armenian
         
            aravot
       
       
         
            Bangsamoro
         
            wyzemoro
       
       
         
            Basque
         
            abel2eS
       
       
         
            Bengali (Bangladesh)
         
            alamgir99
       
       
         
            Bengali (India)
         
            romit
       
       
         
            Bosnian
         
            Saka
       
       
         
            Bulgarian
         
            ivo.apostolov
       
       
         
            Chinese-Simplified
         
            freechoice
       
       
         
            Chinese-Traditional
         
            eyesofkids
       
       
         
            Croatian
         
            inglia
       
       
         
            Czech
         
            svatas
       
       
         
            Danish
         
            rbuelund
       
       
         
            Devanagari/Hindi
         
            Vish
       
       
         
            Dutch
         
            Regenerate
       
       
         
            Dutch
         
            Vancaneyt
       



            Esperanto

            cindio
       
         
            Estonian
         
            patric
       
       
         
            Filipino
         
            Joomlasticman
       
       
         
            Farsi
         
            negarkhane
       
       
         
            Farsi
         
            modern
       
       
         
            Finnish
         
            Markku
       
       
         
            French
         
            lannick
       
       
         
            German
         
            musicones
       
       
         
            German (Austrian)
         
            sgabardi
       
       
         
            German (Swiss)
         
            ghosty
       
       
         
            Georgian
         
            Giasher
       
       
         
            Greek
         
            macman
       
       
         
            Hebrew
         
            mtk
       
       
         
            Hungarian
         
            LeGaS
       
       
         
            Indonesian
         
            kemas
       
       
         
            Italian
         
            alexred
       
       
         
            Japanese
         
            Nori
       
       
         
            Korean
         
            opiokane
       
       
         
            Kurdish
         
            kameran
       
       
         
            Latvian
         
            lemings
       
       
         
            Lithuanian
         
            Stasys
       
       
         
            Malay
         
            shaifful
       
       
         
            Macedonian
         
            jpetrov
       
       
         
            Montenegrin
         
            Letfield
       
       
         
            Norwegian
         
            jenscski
       
       
         
            Polish
         
            zwiastun
       
       
         
            Portuguese (Portugal)
         
            horus_68
       
       
         
            Portuguese (Brazil)
         
            FaBMak
       
       
         
            Romanian
         
            Cosmin
       
       
         
            Russian
         
            smart
       
       
         
            Russian
         
            Dikud
       
       
         
            Serbian
         
            BSD
       
       
         
            Slovak
         
            Karol.Cejka
       
       
         
            Spanish
         
            Atrevidoweb
       
       
         
            Spanish
         
            gustavo
       
       
         
            Swedish
         
            shultman
       
       
         
            Thai
         
            joomlacorner
       
       
         
            Turkish
         
            okckilinc
       
       
         
            Vietnamese
         
            vhv_alex
       
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044 - Polish

Post by AmyStephen » Thu Dec 13, 2007 4:46 am

depresz is working on the Polish Installation Manual and Roman Blanty is providing oversight and review.

The work has been accepted as complete.
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119 Serbian in Latinic and Cyrillic

Post by AmyStephen » Mon Dec 17, 2007 4:04 pm

Fantastic completed the Translation Task for the Serbian language in Latinic and Cyrillic. It is now ready for review. I will PM BSD to see if he, or someone else, might be able to assist with the review.


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Dec 17 - Marko (BSD) responded that he would be happy to help; although a bit busy at the moment. Will assist soon.
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116 - Ukrainian

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:00 pm

Evgeniy Filatov is translating into Ukrainian. Does anyone have any ideas on who might be able to assist?

Thanks!
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PM'ed Denys. Thanks Rafa!
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039 - Turkish

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:04 pm

Duckling is ready for review for the Turkish Installation Guide. I PM'ed okckilinc to request assistance.
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123 - Bulgarian

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:11 pm

Mira (unndomiell) is ready with a translation into Bulgarian. PM'ed Ivo who responded already that he would review and get back with the student this evening.
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037 - Arabic

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:26 pm

Khalil Qandil (khl2007) is working on an Arabic Translation Joomla! v 1.5 Installation Guide. I PM'ed aratype to see if he could assist.
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120 - Brazilian Portuguese

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:35 pm

Matheus Svola is translating the Joomla! v 1.5 Installation Manual into Brazilian Portuguese. I PM'ed FaBMak to see if he could assist with the review.

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122 - Czech

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 5:44 pm

peci1 is translating the Joomla! v 1.5 Installation Manual into Czech. I PM'ed svatas for assistance with the review.

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047 - Dutch

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 5:48 pm

Marieke completed the Dutch Installation Manual and MarijkeS provide oversight and a review.

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114 - French

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 5:50 pm

Anthony (netantho) is working on the French Installation Manual and infograf768 is providing oversight and review.

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115 - Traditional Chinese

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 6:02 pm

medicalwei is working on the Traditional Chinese Installation Manual and eyesofkids is providing oversight and review.

The work has been submitted for review.

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041 - Hebrew

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 6:15 pm

Eli Zehavi is working on the Hebrew Installation Manual and mtk is providing oversight and review.

The work has been submitted for review.
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113 - Catalan

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 6:43 pm

David (Nitrosh) is working on the Catalan translation of the Installation manual.

I posted on the Catalan board to see if I could get assistance.

Sotaguió volunteered to help David.  8)
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121 - Spanish

Post by AmyStephen » Tue Dec 18, 2007 6:54 pm

Maxi is working on the Spanish Installation Manual and ibnhafsun is providing oversight and review.

The work has been completed.

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Re: Translation tasks

Post by chitsabesh » Thu Dec 20, 2007 11:50 pm

Any chance of getting more translation tasks?

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Re: Translation tasks

Post by Roman Blanty » Fri Dec 21, 2007 1:22 am

Yes, there are more translation tasks comming. Can't say more right now.
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Re: Translation tasks

Post by AmyStephen » Fri Dec 21, 2007 5:39 am

Actually, we have already surpassed the 102 tasks Google initially authorized. We have offered 133 tasks. Oddly enough, at this exact moment, there are 28 tasks still open and 28 tasks complete. If you are good with math, you'll realize that means we have 77 tasks claimed and underway.

As a community, we just released Joomla! v 1.5 RC4 and hope that Joomla! v 1.5 Final is close at hand. We are stretched very thin for volunteers right now, and the GHOP team is struggling to take care of reviews, suggested revisions, testing, training, and mentoring for tasks still open. That's why we appreciate all of the community support we have had. We need help!

We are collecting ideas for tasks and are encouraging community members offer suggestions. But, we have not decided whether or not we will offer additional tasks at this time. Our first priority, is to take care of reviews for those enrolled. We have a backlog of extensions and translations and documentation that needs our attention. When we have met the need of current contestants, and if we have volunteers willing to spend time with additional contestants, then, we might offer additional tasks.

With the holidays coming up for many of us, this is going to be a time of year we need to spend with family and friends. So, don't look for new tasks for awhile. Feel free to choose from the 28 open tasks we still have available. If we decide to offer new tasks, one of the forum moderators will post in the stickies that new tasks have been added to Google.

Thanks for your interest in GHOP!
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Re: Some comments about translation tasks

Post by mersinli_33 » Fri Dec 21, 2007 10:14 pm

Roman Blanty wrote: I present a list of language coordinators. If you get no help with your translation task you might want to contact one responsible for your language. They will be glad to help you find somebody to assist you at your task. The link to send a private message is at the bottom of profile in "Additional information".

Please note that they have a lot of work right now so their answer might not be prompt.

I have already asked coordinators for language mentioned above for help.

       
         
            Albanian
         
            Albi
       
       
         
            Arabic
         
            aratype
       
       
         
            Armenian
         
            aravot
       
       
         
            Bangsamoro
         
            wyzemoro
       
       
         
            Basque
         
            abel2eS
       
       
         
            Bengali (Bangladesh)
         
            alamgir99
       
       
         
            Bengali (India)
         
            romit
       
       
         
            Bosnian
         
            Saka
       
       
         
            Bulgarian
         
            ivo.apostolov
       
       
         
            Chinese-Simplified
         
            freechoice
       
       
         
            Chinese-Traditional
         
            eyesofkids
       
       
         
            Croatian
         
            inglia
       
       
         
            Czech
         
            svatas
       
       
         
            Danish
         
            rbuelund
       
       
         
            Devanagari/Hindi
         
            Vish
       
       
         
            Dutch
         
            Regenerate
       
       
         
            Dutch
         
            Vancaneyt
       



            Esperanto

            cindio
       
         
            Estonian
         
            patric
       
       
         
            Filipino
         
            Joomlasticman
       
       
         
            Farsi
         
            negarkhane
       
       
         
            Farsi
         
            modern
       
       
         
            Finnish
         
            Markku
       
       
         
            French
         
            lannick
       
       
         
            German
         
            musicones
       
       
         
            German (Austrian)
         
            sgabardi
       
       
         
            German (Swiss)
         
            ghosty
       
       
         
            Georgian
         
            Giasher
       
       
         
            Greek
         
            macman
       
       
         
            Hebrew
         
            mtk
       
       
         
            Hungarian
         
            LeGaS
       
       
         
            Indonesian
         
            kemas
       
       
         
            Italian
         
            alexred
       
       
         
            Japanese
         
            Nori
       
       
         
            Korean
         
            opiokane
       
       
         
            Kurdish
         
            kameran
       
       
         
            Latvian
         
            lemings
       
       
         
            Lithuanian
         
            Stasys
       
       
         
            Malay
         
            shaifful
       
       
         
            Macedonian
         
            jpetrov
       
       
         
            Montenegrin
         
            Letfield
       
       
         
            Norwegian
         
            jenscski
       
       
         
            Polish
         
            zwiastun
       
       
         
            Portuguese (Portugal)
         
            horus_68
       
       
         
            Portuguese (Brazil)
         
            FaBMak
       
       
         
            Romanian
         
            Cosmin
       
       
         
            Russian
         
            smart
       
       
         
            Russian
         
            Dikud
       
       
         
            Serbian
         
            BSD
       
       
         
            Slovak
         
            Karol.Cejka
       
       
         
            Spanish
         
            Atrevidoweb
       
       
         
            Spanish
         
            gustavo
       
       
         
            Swedish
         
            shultman
       
       
         
            Thai
         
            joomlacorner
       
       
         
            Turkish
         
            okckilinc
       
       
         
            Vietnamese
         
            vhv_alex
       

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Re: Translation tasks

Post by gafadi » Sat Jan 05, 2008 7:31 pm

actually i have created a nepali language translation .. but i dont know where should i start coding and stuff .. where can i get sample kind of thing of lang pack so that i can check that words are to be translated i have started a bit already .. any help . nowdays i am more intrested in translation of nepali ,my language
:::... Intersting fact there is a famous place called joomla in my country , it is famous for apples ...:::

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Re: Translation tasks

Post by AmyStephen » Sat Jan 05, 2008 8:09 pm

gafadi wrote: actually i have created a nepali language translation .. but i dont know where should i start coding and stuff .. where can i get sample kind of thing of lang pack so that i can check that words are to be translated i have started a bit already .. any help . nowdays i am more intrested in translation of nepali ,my language
Gafadi -

I am so glad you are interested in this contest! Take a few minutes to read the rules at Google and familiarize yourself with the contest.

There are still a number of tasks open that do not involved code. There are a couple of unit test plan tasks that I am certain you could do. Look at the other unit test plans that contestants have done (in this forum area) to see what you would be expected to do. There are also nine more tasks to build a Joomla! v 1.5 website for a not-for-profit organization.

If you find a task that you want to do, just leave a message in the comment on the task page indicating "I claim this Task" <-- exactly like that, then we will respond in the affirmative that you claimed it. Then, create a forum thread here and get rolling.

Can't wait to see what you do!
Amy :)

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Re: Translation tasks

Post by gafadi » Sat Jan 05, 2008 8:17 pm

thanks amy for the directions .. but i wont be albe to clain any task for a week or so because i have handled over  creating a  website non profit nepali organization in usa  .. i have been working in  it so for a week i can get involved much in others .this site i am doing is http://www.janasamparkusa.org its nothing mcuh i have done except their banner, logo and putting togather the documents but i am happy i am toward finishing my 3rd joomla site (whole site created  by me ) but i have a started off with my language pack already with it .. and sure if i get something to do here after a week or so i will participate here .
:::... Intersting fact there is a famous place called joomla in my country , it is famous for apples ...:::


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