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With this report, Open Source Armenia group wants to be registered as
a Mozilla L10n team.
We’ve started localizing the Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird products.
Our language is Armenian.
We’re using the “hy” for language code and “AM” for country code.
Adjusting topic so that we can find it.
We generally require a ready translation to register new l10n teams.
We would need a name for a project lead and the names of the peers, too.
Please see http://wiki.mozilla.org/L10n:Localizing_Using_CVS for the current
source code procedure, I suggest that you target 1.1 right away. Please attach
zips for your translation as it would be in CVS for review, then we'll proceed
on your registration. (Yes, the docs should be more verbose about the process.)
Resolved WONTFIX, we're going with Vahe in bug 295834.
I hope to see OSArmenia contribute to Mozilla, in distributing and spreading the
fox just as well as in contributing reviews and patches.
Maybe even getting one or two of OSArmenia to be peers at particular parts of
the Mozilla hy-AM localizations.
Thanks for your support so far and sorry for the long time this decision took.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Resolved WONTFIX, we're going with Vahe in bug 295834.
> I hope to see OSArmenia contribute to Mozilla, in distributing and spreading
> fox just as well as in contributing reviews and patches.
> Maybe even getting one or two of OSArmenia to be peers at particular parts of
> the Mozilla hy-AM localizations.
> Thanks for your support so far and sorry for the long time this decision took.
Thank you for your message.
There's no problem so far in your going with Vahe with hy-AM.
Since we're also already done withe the localization of Firefox and
Thunderbird, including Help files, I 'd like to ask you if there are any
impediments in distributing here in Armenia our version of localized Firefox
Open Source Armenia
If you aren't the official localisation team, then you need to follow the
Community Edition trademark rules.
This means, in particular, that I'm afraid you can't use the official logos -
but please see the above document for the details.
We are glad to inform Firefox Community Edition 1.0.6, Armenian (with
Help) and Thunderbird Community Edition 1.0.6, Armenian, both for Linux
and Windows are ready and available for download
Firefox Community Edition 1.0.6 for Windows
Firefox Community Edition 1.0.6 for Linux
Thunderbird Community Edition 1.0.6 for Windows
Thunderbird Community Edition 1.0.6 for Linux
Armenian language pack 1.0.6 for Firefox
Armenian language pack 1.0.6 for Thunderbird
Please, let us know if it’s possible to upload it to your ftp server, and
include us to unofficial localization team list.
Open Source Armenia Team.
These links don't work anymore.
We have removed these files because they were old versions and could not be of interest anyone.
Do you have any other version available?
We are going to present new version at the end of autumn.
Depending on 'autum', you may want to look into going for Firefox 3 directly. I don't have a shipping date for that, but we're trying to get it out by the end of the year.
Vahe, do you have any cycles to improve the localization 'til then? Armen has interfering tasks at univ.
If not, I'd be tempted to remove hy-AM from the build infrastructure for now, there's not that much reason to have our machines cycle through it if nobody is actively working on it for the time being. I could probably add it to the incubator instead.
I am represanting www.hayeren.am team.
We are focused on translating various programs and web applications into armenian.
We want to translate Firefox into armenian, but before we'll start the job we want you to confirm that nobody else is doing that..
Regards, Nerses Aznauryan
There is Robert Sargsyan offering help over in bug 415610, take a look at the discussion there. There are some slightly misleading comments by Armen there, but you'll get through. Be sure to look at http://wiki.mozilla.org/L10n:Teams:hy-AM and add yourself, too.
As I said over in the Firefox 3 bug, the best way forward right now is to file bugs and get incremental patches landed, I'm happy to be your check-in buddy for the start.