Re: Adding translations to the web site
Well, I can volunteer to take a look at it if someone ¿Adam?
explains the current status of the DDP, as far as I know:
1.- the documents are in ~elphick/ddp which is in cvs also
2.- documents are in sgml format with translations in the same directories
3.- the Makefiles of the DDP proyect move them into the manuals.html
directory that is, at the same time mirrored in
Is there a database of documents... it seems to me that the proyect
html pages are edited by hand...
Since I've been working this weekend with using a database to
coordinate translations with tools made by Christophe Le Bars (French
coordinator) I figure it will be easier to generate the html pages with a
similar (Perl) database using wml.
That way they would not have to be manually edited.
¿What's the current work on documents? Are the authors working on
their own? Are documents current / updated?
I have seen that the Corel Linux includes quite a complete online
documentation for its systema that Debian could surely used (at least
parts)... are there any plans to do this?
On Tue, Feb 01, 2000 at 04:26:32PM +0100, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
> On Monday 31 January 2000, at 21 h 10, the keyboard of Javier Fdz-Sanguino
> Pen~a <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > ¿What are the plans of the DDP regarding including the translations
> > of documents to the website?
> > I have been away three months but I see the DDP pages have not
> > changed too much ¿who is working on the proyect?
> The current DDP leader, Adam di Carlo, took over the leadership of
> boot-floppies (which are, at this moment, the most critical project of
> 'potato'), because nobody wanted it and he announced that the DDP will have to
> wait a bit, unless someone volunteers.