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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; ar-JO; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; ar-JO; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0 Hi, I'm the Arabic (ar-JO) maintainer of Firefox, Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey: http://www.arabeyes.org/project.php?proj=mozilla I'm attaching my SSH public key, toolkit and browser packs next. I didn't translate the installer. I'll fax the form very soon. Thank you. - Ayman Hourieh Reproducible: Always
I've faxed the contributor form, and will send it in snail mail.
fax form received.
review: 1) do not localize ./browser/firefox-l10n.js - leave @AB_CD@ variable there 2) update your bookmarks.html - we don't use Firefox Crew Picks anymore 3) browser/installer.inc is still in English 4) ./toolkit/installer uses Windows line endings - fix it please 5) and it's in english. 6) toolkit/global/printdialog.properties - extend should be = false. Do not translate this, and due too bug 271470 set it to false please. Please, fix it ASAP
(In reply to comment #6) > 6) toolkit/global/printdialog.properties - extend should be = false. Do not > translate this, and due too bug 271470 set it to false please. Actually, extend should be true, see bug 271470 comment 1
Created attachment 178663 [details] browser.ar-JO.tar.gz (Arabic)
Sorry for taking too long to get back, but I didn't have much free time recently... Here, I've attached new versions of browser and toolkit archives, with the requested modifications done. Anything else needs to be done? I'll do it as soon as possible this time. Thanks.
Any updates on the status of this? Please let me know if it still needs work. Also, should I submit a comment for bug 288784 in order to get 1.0.3 builds? I've read the l10n policy and I think our work applies to it. Thanks.
Benjamin: do we want to ship 1.0.3 for Arabic, or should we prepare them for trunk?
I think that 1.1 is far enough away we should go ahead and do a 1.0.3 release (or 1.0.4). Gandalf, can you take care of reviewing/landing this?
Yeah it would be better if you do a 1.0.x release, as I'm working on 1.1 now.
Marcia, I'll vouch, so that we can get this landed on trunk.
Hmm, any updates? Sorry for bugging many times, but this has taken too long. Thanks.
Dave: this one is ready to go. Please activate this account.
Done. Your CVSROOT should be set to: email@example.com:/l10n Don't forget to set the CVS_RSH environment variable to 'ssh'. If you have any trouble accessing, let me know.
Ayman, can you land your locale? We could then check your locale again, provide test builds and get going. If you need help with CVS, catch some buddy on IRC, #l10n.
Well the thing is, I'm behind an HTTP proxy server, and I can't get an Internet connection other than what I have here. I used to have an HTTP tunnel on a remote machine, through which I could access Mozilla's CVS and download sources, like 2 weeks ago I lost access to that remote machine, so now I can't access CVS, I'm trying to solve the problem. Until then, is it possible that someone else commits the files? I can provide diff's if changes are needed, until I get an HTTP tunnel to be able to use CVS myself.
Files landed. And I filled bug 296071 for the review.
Pavel, Thank you so much :)
Hello, I'll attach an initial tree for Firefox 1.1.x translation, I took a snapshot of the files at the end of April and translated them, I'll look for new/changed files now, but first I want to make sure the initial tree is in CVS. Could somebody please import the attached tree under "ar"? Not "ar-JO", just "ar". Thank you very much.
Created attachment 186821 [details] Initial tree for Firefox 1.1 Arabic translation Initial tree for Firefox 1.1 Arabic translation
Oof: Ayman, I don't think anyone has the time to update the CVS tree from large bugzilla attachments like this. Can you think of a better way to get your HTTP proxy back or some other system to get these files committed (patches are almost always easier to use than large ZIPs in any case).
Is it possible to create patches if no original files exist? Either way, you're right, no point in asking someone else to upload the files and I have CVS access, sorry, will try to get through the proxy...