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I want to help translate German comments

Hi

I read Michael Meeks's short article and I want to help translate German comments. I speak German (I'm Swiss but reading is the same as a native German).

I'm a developer myself so I do know how to read code. I haven't worked on such a big project though yet and may need a bit of help setting all things up. I'm using a Mac (latest OS) if that matters.

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Re: I want to help translate German comments


On 2 Feb 2017, at 15:21, [hidden email] wrote:

Hi

I read Michael Meeks's short article and I want to help translate German comments. I speak German (I'm Swiss but reading is the same as a native German).

I'm a developer myself so I do know how to read code. I haven't worked on such a big project though yet and may need a bit of help setting all things up. I'm using a Mac (latest OS) if that matters.

Welcome we have made a step by step guide, to help you get the libreoffice development installed and a patch submitted:

Look in BZ, for the bug description:


have fun
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Re: I want to help translate German comments

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Hi Lukas,

you can translate comments without setting anything up locally.

You can search for files containing German words using OpenGrok: http://opengrok.libreoffice.org/search?q=%28und%29&project=core&defs=&refs=&path=cxx&hist=

To edit the files, you can use the Gerrit UI. Go to Projects->List->core and click "Create Change". Select the branch "master" and enter a commit message like "Translate German comments". Then click the "Edit" button and add the files you want to translate.

More documentation about editing online: https://gerrit-review.googlesource.com/Documentation/user-inline-edit.html#create-change

When you've done a few comments, press the publish button (twice I think, because at first a draft is created) and create the next change :)

Hope that helps
Samuel


Am 06.02.2017 um 10:23 schrieb [hidden email]:
Hi

I read Michael Meeks's short article and I want to help translate German comments. I speak German (I'm Swiss but reading is the same as a native German).

I'm a developer myself so I do know how to read code. I haven't worked on such a big project though yet and may need a bit of help setting all things up. I'm using a Mac (latest OS) if that matters.

Lukas
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Re: I want to help translate German comments

Btw, we also have a ticket for this: https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=39468 which has a few comments on this topic.

Welcome to the LibreOffice community, Lukas!

Cheers,
Heiko

On 02/06/2017 10:54 AM, Samuel Mehrbrodt wrote:

> Hi Lukas,
>
> you can translate comments without setting anything up locally.
>
> You can search for files containing German words using OpenGrok:
> http://opengrok.libreoffice.org/search?q=%28und%29&project=core&defs=&refs=&path=cxx&hist=
>
>  To edit the files, you can use the Gerrit UI. Go to
> Projects->List->core<https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/#/admin/projects/core>
> and click "Create Change". Select the branch "master" and enter a
> commit message like "Translate German comments". Then click the
> "Edit" button and add the files you want to translate.
>
> More documentation about editing online:
> https://gerrit-review.googlesource.com/Documentation/user-inline-edit.html#create-change
>
>  When you've done a few comments, press the publish button (twice I
> think, because at first a draft is created) and create the next
> change :)
>
> Hope that helps Samuel
>
> Am 06.02.2017 um 10:23 schrieb
> [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>:
>
> Hi
>
> I read Michael Meeks's short article and I want to help translate
> German comments. I speak German (I'm Swiss but reading is the same as
> a native German).
>
> I'm a developer myself so I do know how to read code. I haven't
> worked on such a big project though yet and may need a bit of help
> setting all things up. I'm using a Mac (latest OS) if that matters.
>
> Lukas _______________________________________________ LibreOffice
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