Re: enable Japanese in weblate (Re: Content and translation status for the debian-edu-buster manual)
Dear Frans Spiesschaert,
Thank you telling me about the system of Weblate very kindly.
I should read/survey more before I started.
On 5/9/19 12:31 AM, Frans Spiesschaert wrote:
Holger Levsen schreef op wo 08-05-2019 om 14:43 [+0000]:
On Wed, May 08, 2019 at 11:32:39PM +0900, hoxp18 wrote:
I just started using some weblate "suggestion" and
"comment" features recently,
Yes, I noticed you have been very active last days.
Once you are convinced that you got the translation of a given string
right, you have to push the SAVE button instead of the SUGGEST button.
Only then your translations can get merged into debian-edu-doc on
Now It's very clear. I understand it.
And some of the anonymous suggestions were you?
That helped me very much. I'm very glad to. Thank you!
If you feel any strange/fuzzy one, please tell me, too.
I can learn from it.
I think only Japanese speakers can judge
(I also believe your latest changes havent been merged back from
Weblate, thats something Frans or Mike can&will do.)
For the moment nothing can be merged yet, since all translations still
are in a SUGGEST state. This means that weblate "remembers" those
translations, but doesn't commit them actually. This only happens after
the translation of a string has been "saved" explicitly by pushing the
I'll try to push "save" button when I think it right and
should COMMIT the translation,
using "suggest" button when I'm confused/not-understand.
Thank you again, and have a nice day.