User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) AppleWebKit/533.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/5.0.375.70 Safari/533.4
Build Identifier: Mozilla Procducts
In the page https://wiki.mozilla.org/L10n:Teams no Uyghur Localization team.
Its possible to create Uyghur translation team?
Language Name: Uyghur
ISO language code: ug, uig
Unix Locale Name: ug_CN
Text direction: Right To Left
(Now, we translated FireFox here https://l10n.mozilla.org/narro/narro_project_list.php?l=ug)
Can you upload the source files for ug? If you have questoins, Alexandru (the developer lead from Narro) should be able to help you do that. We will need source files to do a review.
Created attachment 462313 [details]
Firefox 3.6 Uyghur language pack
This is Firefox 3.6 Uyghur language pack installation file.
Thanks, Sahran. We will do a review soon and get back to you if there is anything to fix.
Just adding a note from the localizers that I received via email:
"We translated Mozilla Firefox in Narro. Attached file is Firefox 3.6 Uyghu language pack installation...I replaced \chrome\ug.jar\locale\ug\global\intl.css file in .xpi because Uyghur language [is] written by right to left..."
I sent both Uyghur team members in this bug an email proposing we focus on Firefox 4. Hoping to hear a response soon.
Created attachment 465205 [details]
Firefox 4.0 Uyghur language files
Firefox 4.0 Uyghur language files. this file build in Narro. I'm replaced intl.css file. Uyghur translation finished 94%, we are finish translation soon.
You are finished soon? Or, you have finished? If you are not done yet, can you simply attach the 4.0 files when they are complete? We can proceed from there.
Created attachment 465886 [details]
Firefox 4 Uyghur language file
Firefox 4 Uyghur language files translation is finish. but I can't install this xpi file to Firefox 4 beta 3.
sorry for yet another lag here. I've looked at your files, and they seem to be a good starting point.
Next steps would be for us to create a repository based on your work and get it added to the nightly builds, and we'd file a bunch of bugs to track your bugzilla component and a few decisions around search plugins and such. We'd also ask you to update your localization for the current state of firefox 4, this time as an actual patch for that upcoming repository. Based on that patch, we'd vouch for you to get actual commit access to it.
As you've probably seen, the Firefox 4 Beta program is progressing, but not exactly how we planned it. I initially planned to add you in that scheme, which I should have said here in the bug, sorry for that.
Now, plans have changed , and for us it'd be a great time to pick this up. Does that work for you guys?
as you've probably heard, Firefox is now on a new release cadence. We're trying to release a new version every 6 weeks, including localization updates.
Do I read the status on narro right that you're actively working on the Firefox Aurora version there? If so, it'd probably make sense to go ahead and add you guys to the mozilla-made aurora builds now and start working on making Uyghur an official Firefox localization.
Sahran, If you could finish remaining 200 strings on 'user1' on pootle. Then we can start the process of landing this in aurora.
Suggest discontinue any translation work on narro. When you are ready we can import those translations to pootle and disable it on narro.
Created attachment 743485 [details]
[ug] translation files 2013-04-30
Latest files for Uyghur. I made some correction to intl.properties
Comment on attachment 743485 [details]
[ug] translation files 2013-04-30
Can I get a new attachment? In particular given that the export scheme changed, and as there's new contributions, that'd be useful.
Thanks and sorry for the lag
Created attachment 774594 [details]
[ug] translation files 2013-07-12
Update to latest translations using new scheme of only translated strings being exported.
Created attachment 789508 [details]
Uighur 25.0a2 2013-08-13 20d14cb
Updated to latest Aurora 25 and fully translated expect for developer tools.
Created attachment 792269 [details]
ug 25.0a2 2013-08-19 d74628f
Updated to include latest fixes
Dwayne, Can you upload a new tarball. Filling a bug for this.
Created attachment 801517 [details]
ug 25.0a2 2013-09-09 1cefab9
Update to latest tarball
Created attachment 822225 [details]
ug 26.0a2 2013-10-24 0b9625b
Latest tarball for Aurora 26
Comment on attachment 822225 [details]
ug 26.0a2 2013-10-24 0b9625b
This looks technically OK, but we need a fix for RTL first, I filed that bug to block this one.
Sahran, we'd like to move forward here. Given that we need the RTL fix from bug 958577, Firefox 29 sounds like a good target to me. That's the cycle that's hitting aurora in 3 weeks.
Have you been able to test your work in progress yet? Are you seeing your interface in RTL? If not, you should be able to hack your profile, go to about:config, click yourself through, and right-click to create a new string preference. The name of the preference should be 'intl.uidirection.ur', and the value be 'rtl'. You probably want to restart the browser afterwards, and then see your UI in right-to-left display.
(In reply to Axel Hecht [:Pike] from comment #21)
> Sahran, we'd like to move forward here. Given that we need the RTL fix from
> bug 958577, Firefox 29 sounds like a good target to me. That's the cycle
> that's hitting aurora in 3 weeks.
Happy to welcome another RTL language to our family! :-)
> Have you been able to test your work in progress yet? Are you seeing your
> interface in RTL? If not, you should be able to hack your profile, go to
> about:config, click yourself through, and right-click to create a new string
> preference. The name of the preference should be 'intl.uidirection.ur', and
> the value be 'rtl'. You probably want to restart the browser afterwards, and
> then see your UI in right-to-left display.
I believe Axel meant the 'intl.uidirection.ug' pref. But at any rate, I hope to fix bug 958577 in the next few days.
Doh, yes, copy-and-paste bug. As for testing, the l10n contributors probably test on Aurora, not sure if we should uplift 958577 to 28.
This bug hasn't seen action since January, resolving INCOMPLETE.
If there's renewed interest, feel free to reopen. My questions from comment 21 would be open questions again then.