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Re: enable Japanese in weblate (Re: Content and translation status for the debian-edu-buster manual)

Dear Holger Levsen and Debian Edu team,

On 5/8/19 10:27 PM, Holger Levsen wrote:
Dear hoxp18,

On Mon, May 06, 2019 at 10:39:47AM +0900, hoxp18@noramail.jp wrote:
Thank you for enabling the Japanese in weblate.

I confirmed and did a bit for testing purpose,
some obvious one such like "Stretch" into "Buster".
awesome! Thank you for continuing the work on the Japanese translation
of our manual!

I just started using some weblate "suggestion" and
"comment" features recently,
with the English manual side-by-side.

So, maybe some of my "early Saved ones" are not good,
since I had no idea about the layouts and contexts.

If you feel any strange/fuzzy one, please tell me, too.
I can learn from it.

I need to re-configure my hardware configurations a bit.
So I keep checking on the weblate without actual-Debian-edu-buster,
with only manuals. It may take a few days or a week.
I'll do it ASAP.

Take your time. (And I do think most of the stuff can be translated with
just some general IT knowledge and without having a working setup.
Though doing it with the latter is definitly more fun and insightful! :)

Thank you for your kind advises.

Anyway I do want to build and use Debian-Edu itself. It's so cool.

BTW my new "gateway" hardware component is now under DRAM testing.
After that, I will be able to start building,

* gateway: amd64 2NIC with SSD.
* L2 switch
* main server: amd64 4core 32GB DRAM, NVMe.
* workstation: amd64 2core 8GB, SSDs with removable bay.

I'm now considering some minimum but technically identical test env,
say, Debian-Edu without educational apps.

I'm not so familiar with those multi-network and LDAP managements.

Any suggestions, tips, comments, help me so much.


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