O suporte a pt_BR não está incluido no languages-env ainda? se não estiver, eu me proponho a inclui-lo. s! Gustavo Noronha Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu em Fri, 31 Oct 2003 12:11:22 -0200: > Amigos! > > Sim, sim, eu sei que mandei esse mail pra a debian-br, mas nos interessa > também... vamos seguir de perto isso aí, porque pode resolver vários dos > problemas de localização que temos no Debian! > > s! > > > ----- iniciando mensagem encaminhada ---- > > [Please forgive me for cc'ing to all these addresses, but as you will > see I had no choice] > > Hi, > First, I would like to announce that Debian as been chosen by the > Greek Government as the official linux distribution, to be > used/proposed in schools, the public sector and perhaps SMEs. > Since I am the only developer in this country I took the role of > organizing the process of localizing/organizing the existing > localization process in order to have a proper and usable system > translated in greek. > The goal is this: Use the existing Debian base (NO fork of a new > distro) but commit the necessary changes (translations, etc) back to > Debian in a way that enriches the distribution and helps the > situation of localizations for other languages as well. > However, due to the nature of the greek language (and other > languages that do not use the latin alphabet, eg cyrillic), some > further changes have to be made to ensure that the system is ready > for use after the installation. For example, since it will be used in > schools by young students, we want to avoid telling them to edit > configuration files of X to enable writing in greek. > So, we have to automate the process of the localization based on > the configured locale of the system. The main targets are: console > keymap, X, KDE, GNOME. That is, after installation of these packages, > if the locale is set appropriately (LANG=el_GR), they should be > automatically configured to support the greek language (reading & > writing). > I have come to the following alternatives: > > * Modify the existing postinst scripts of the base packages affected > (console-tools, kdebase, gnome-core (?), xserver-xfree86 ) to detect > the presense of the greek locale and present the user with a question > to configure the localization (keyboard, etc). Not my favourite > method. > * Create a metapackage (autolocale) that depends on all the above > packages and automatically configure the localization settings. > Actually this might be used by other languages, there's nothing in > the process that excludes automation of the localization process for > eg. cyrillic or japanese. > This should detect the locale and present the user with questions > like: > "The el_GR locale setting has been detected, would you like to enable > support for greek keyboards for the console/X/KDE/GNOME?" > > I believe the second option would be better but in this case there is > the case of actually installing the package, ie declaring as one of > the base (?) packages for the installation. And what happens if > someone does not want to install gnome or KDE or even X, but would > like support for the console? Multiple autolocale packages? Dynamic > autolocale dependencies? Suggesting/Recommending instead of depending > the other packages? > > I would appreciate some feedback esp from the maintainers of the > packages affected. > > -- > Konstantinos Margaritis > > > -- > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to email@example.com > with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org > > > > > ---- fim da mensagem encaminhada ---- > > -- > email@example.com: Gustavo Noronha <http://people.debian.org/~kov> > Debian: <http://www.debian.org> * <http://www.debian-br.org> > "Não deixe para amanhã, o WML que você pode traduzir hoje!" > http://debian-br.alioth.debian.org/?id=WebWML > > > -- > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to firstname.lastname@example.org > with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact email@example.com > --------------------------- Gleydson Mazioli da Silva firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Em São Paulo, um homem é atropelado a cada cinco minutos. Além de não ter tempo pra mais nada, o cara deve estar todo quebrado...
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