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Re: Translation of Denemo

Hi Justin, proofreading/typos are sent to: "denemo" <denemo-devel@gnu.org>

You can choose to wait for a new file on TP thereafter or (as I do) mark the file with an English error

engelsk fejl (Danish) = English error

# engelsk fejl created og inserted virker dobbelt
#: ../src/command/object.c:1341
msgid "Make a palette button for running the command that created inserted this object."
msgstr "Lav en paletknap for kørsel af kommandoen som oprettede dette objekt."

usign -> using

# engelsk fejl
#: ../src/generated/entries.h:240 ../src/generated/register_commands.h:224
msgid "Create a new movement, usign any default template"
msgstr "Opret en ny sats, via eventuelle standardskabeloner"

That way I now the coming fuzzy just has to be removed in my next update.


Den lør 31/10/15 skrev Justin B Rye <justin.byam.rye@gmail.com>:

 Emne: Re: Translation of Denemo
 Til: debian-l10n-english@lists.debian.org
 Cc: "Joe Dalton" <joedalton2@yahoo.dk>, debian-i18n@lists.debian.org
 Dato: lørdag 31. oktober 2015 14.37
 Joe Dalton wrote:
 Hi all, Denemo is looking for translators. Version 2.0 has
 just been released with the following stats:
 > Even with an active
 translator, it could be a good idea to contact that person
 and ask to help out with the translation, Denemo is a lot of
 hard work getting translated.
 > The work is done on The Translation
 project: http://translationproject.org/domain/denemo.html
 > Please join your languages team and
 register the Disclaimer (can be done online): http://translationproject.org/html/whydisclaim.html
 > If for some reason your language team is
 no responding/active, then contact us directly.
 Unfortunately (as so often
 happens) this procedure skips the stage of
 proofreading the original en(_US) text.  I can
 see quite a few minor
 errors (and
 en_GBisms), but I can't see how I'd go about getting
 JBR    with qualifications in linguistics,
 experience as a Debian
     sysadmin, and
 probably no clue about this particular package

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