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Re: Translating manpages

Quoting Clytie Siddall (clytie@riverland.net.au):

> I don't think Debian has an Uzbek team yet. Hopefully Rastam's group  
> will be able to expand their activities to our project. :)

You know the drill. In Debian, the door often opens with Debian
Installer (not mandatory, but encouraged....this is a
longstanding-enough effort to actually allow us to check the
"resistance" of language teams...:-))). We don't have any Uzbek team,
yet, no.

Indeed, Central Asian languages l10n is not widely developed in
Debian. We had some contacts with A Kazakh team, but translation
effort is stalled for about 2 years now.

I would very much welcome any effort to develop Uzbek l10n in Debian
(and should I say this will directly benefit Ubuntu as well? In these
days, this is an argument that's appreciated by many users/teams,
whether we are enthusiast about this or not).

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