[BlueOnyx:08469] Re: Japanese GUI Language still have some problem.

Chuck Tetlow chuck at tetlow.net
Thu Sep 15 00:02:20 PET 2011


I think you're out of line Eiji.

Michael can't translate what he doesn't speak or know.  Plus, he's already putting in ridiculous amounts of time just creating/fixing the 5106/5107 images.

So unless you (or someone else who can translate to Japanese) step up to contribute - you shouldn't criticize.  Just be thankful for Micheal's hard work.  And point out the errors when you find them (without the ridiculous accusations).

Chuck

---------- Original Message -----------
From: "Eiji Hamano" <bluequartz at hypersys.ne.jp> 
To: "BlueOnyx General Mailing List" <blueonyx at mail.blueonyx.it> 
Sent: Thu, 15 Sep 2011 13:44:47 +0900 
Subject: [BlueOnyx:08468] Re: Japanese GUI Language still have some problem.

> Hi  Michael 
> 
> >  "base-swupdate.mod", which is 100% identical between 5106R and  5107R 
> 
> Ah--  in my  local 5106R  the software updates is also change to English ! 
> And English "BlueOnyx News" came up in front of page. 
> So  I can not do yum update for my product BX. 
> 
> Are you excluding the Japanese user ? 
> 
> > All you'd need to edit the files woul be an editor for PO files. 
> 
> Why do I do as volunteer for the group which is going to exclude us ? 
> Please move the English "BlueOnyx News"  or translate it ? 
> 
> Eiji Hamano 
> 
> > Hi Eiji, 
> > 
> >> Yes,  5106R was fixed,  but 5107R. 
> >> It takes over 24h. 
> > 
> > That's strange. I released both updates at the same time. An the Japanese 
> > mirror should have picked them both up at the same time, too. 
> > 
> >> I can not undesrand that ; 
> >> A Software Updates tab in English is nothing chenged 5106R's . 
> >> But a Software Updates tab in Japanase is broken, 
> >> even which is no difference from 5106R's Japanase. 
> >> 
> >> What happen on 5107R Language files ? 
> > 
> > I'm not sure I fully understand you there, sorry. Please take a look at 
> > our 
> > code structure for a brief moment: 
> > 
> > . 
> > ├── 5106R 
> > │   ├── alpine.mod 
> > │   ├── base-admserv.mod 
> > │   ├── base-apache.mod 
> > │   ├── base-blueonyx.mod 
> > │   ├── base-java.mod 
> > │   ├── devel-tools 
> > │   └── i18n 
> > ├── 5107R 
> > │   ├── alpine.mod 
> > │   ├── base-admserv.mod 
> > │   ├── base-apache.mod 
> > │   ├── base-blueonyx.mod 
> > │   ├── base-java.mod 
> > │   ├── devel-tools 
> > │   └── i18n 
> > ├── docs 
> > ├── ui 
> > │   ├── base-am.mod 
> > │   ├── base-apache-bandwidth.mod 
> > │   ├── base-backupcontrol.mod 
> > │   ├── base-console.mod 
> > │   ├── base-dhcpd.mod 
> > │   ├── base-disk.mod 
> > │   ├── base-dns.mod 
> > │   ├── base-documentation.mod 
> > │   ├── base-email.mod 
> > │   ├── base-ftp.mod 
> > │   ├── base-import.mod 
> > │   ├── base-maillist.mod 
> > │   ├── base-mailman.mod 
> > │   ├── base-memory.mod 
> > │   ├── base-mysql.mod 
> > │   ├── base-network.mod 
> > │   ├── base-phpmyadmin.mod 
> > │   ├── base-phpsysinfo.mod 
> > │   ├── base-power.mod 
> > │   ├── base-raid.mod 
> > │   ├── base-remote.mod 
> > │   ├── base-schedule.mod 
> > │   ├── base-services.mod 
> > │   ├── base-shell.mod 
> > │   ├── base-sitestats.mod 
> > │   ├── base-snmp.mod 
> > │   ├── base-squirrelmail.mod 
> > │   ├── base-ssh.mod 
> > │   ├── base-ssl.mod 
> > │   ├── base-storage.mod 
> > │   ├── base-subdomains.mod 
> > │   ├── base-swupdate.mod 
> > │   ├── base-swupdate.mod.rickard 
> > │   ├── base-system.mod 
> > │   ├── base-telnet.mod 
> > │   ├── base-time.mod 
> > │   ├── base-ups.mod 
> > │   ├── base-user.mod 
> > │   ├── base-vsite.mod 
> > │   ├── base-wizard.mod 
> > │   ├── gallery 
> > │   ├── palette 
> > │   └── sauce-basic.mod 
> > └── utils 
> >    ├── cce 
> >    ├── cce-shell-tools 
> >    ├── cmu 
> >    ├── dns-toolbox 
> >    ├── swatch 
> >    └── TAR-ball-installer 
> > 
> > This is a list of the code structure of BlueOnyx and shows the different 
> > modules that we build BlueOnyx from. 
> > 
> > BlueOnyx 5106R and 5107R use the same code and the same language files. 
> > The 
> > ONLY difference is: 
> > 
> > There are only seven modules (those in the 5106R and 5107R directories) 
> > which 
> > are platform specific and are only used on the platforms that their names 
> > indicate. But even there the language files are 99% identical between the 
> > modules. 
> > 
> > You mentioned the software updates tab is broken? Well, that's served out 
> > of 
> > the module "base-swupdate.mod", which is 100% identical between 5106R and 
> > 5107R. 
> > 
> > And yes: There is next to no Japanese text in base-swupdate.mod, because 
> > since 
> > this module was taken from BlueQuartz, a lot of pages were added or 
> > changed 
> > and there was nobody who added the Japanese text for the new items. So 
> > eventually this module had more English text than Japanese. So yes, when 
> > you 
> > look at the "Software Updates" page these days and have your browser set 
> > to 
> > Japanese, you will see almost only English text for all base-swupdate.mod 
> > pages. Simply because we no longer have a Japanese translation for that 
> > anymore. However: This is the same on 5106R and 5107R. 
> > 
> >> You can not find a volunteers for Japanese language files ? 
> > 
> > That is correct. So far we have nobody who has volunteered to do it. If 
> > you 
> > want to give it a try (or know someone who wants to do it), then you're of 
> > course more than welcome to give it a try. In that case I will set up SVN 
> > access for you, so that you can modify the language files. 
> > 
> > All you'd need to edit the files woul be an editor for PO files. Something 
> > like this for example: http://www.poedit.net/, although there are of 
> > course 
> > also other editors available for this task. 
> > 
> > -- 
> > With best regards 
> > 
> > Michael Stauber 
> 
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