[es-ES] translate Mozilla Annual Report for 2011 ("State of Mozilla")



5 years ago
5 years ago


(Reporter: pascalc, Unassigned)


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5 years ago
The Mozilla annual report, called State of Mozilla, will be public on November 11. If your translation, is ready for this date, it will be published and promoted simultaneously as English, but since mozilla.org does continuous deployment, we can of course push your translation whenever it is ready of course.

This year the report is on 2 pages but longer pages than last year.

The pages on the staging site is there:

Note that the pages design is not final but the text content is, so you will probably see visual changes to this page before it becomes public.

There are videos linked but they are not available, as soon as we have them, we will probably use the Universal Subtitles service to translate them.

There are 2 lang files to translate:

As usual, send these translation directly on svn or attach the files to this bug and I will send them myself. Use a pure text editor and make sure the file is saved in UTF8

If you see visual issues for your locale (bad fonts, overflowing content, margins...), please indicate it in this bug.

There is one string that has two undefined numerals in the same sentence (we don't have the numbers yet) that may cause problem for locales with complex plurals (Breton, Polish...) but should not be a problem for most of the locales, here it is:

Mozilla’s consolidated reported revenue (Mozilla Foundation and all subsidiaries) for 2011 was %(revenue)s million, up approximately %(increase)s percent from 2010.

As soon as we get these numbers, I will spread this information so as that you can adjust your sentence if necessary.

If you have any problem, don't hesitate to ask me!



Comment 1

5 years ago
PR team / PR agencies will translate the FAQ sections and send to you for review. No need for you to start the translation of this. But we will ask you to review, make sure it has the same terminology as all the other copy and hope you can help with the upload.
If you have any questions, please ping us at press-eu@mozilla.com

Comment 2

5 years ago
Created attachment 680428 [details]


@Pascal I just committed the translated file - r110519. I can't have it updated on the demo page, so please let me know everything is OK.

@bhueppe please find it attached to this bug and ask the PR agency to check possible translation errors and inconsitencies against it. This is a community-driven localization, reviewed and QA tested by MH contributors.


Comment 3

5 years ago
Thanks Inma, the main page is translated. Barbara, what is the status of the FAQ page translated by the agency?

Comment 4

5 years ago
Hi Inma - unfortunately I do not understand your message. 
Did you submit the FAQ?

Comment 5

5 years ago
Created attachment 680582 [details]


@Pascal, a couple of fixes are needed:

-The text on the Firefox for Android image is out of bounds -"Rápido. Inteligente. Seguro". Could you please fix it? 
-Additionally, could you remove the & in the heading "SOPA / PIPA & ACTA" and replace it by "y"?

@Barbara, did I say I had submitted the FAQ? My message is pretty clear - the agency needs to review its (paid) translation and check it out against our translation to guarantee its quality and accuracy. Please find attached the final version and let me know if you have any questions.


Comment 6

5 years ago
Inma, for the margin problem, I am working on it, will hopefully be fixed tonight. For the "SOPA / PIPA & ACTA", this is in a file I can't modify myself, I need the webdev to approve my change, but you can add it to your file in the form below and it will be picked up automatically when my template change is approved:


(Note that until my template change is approved by the webdev, you may have the webdashboard say that you have one exrra string in your file compared to the reference file)

Comment 7

5 years ago
(In reply to Pascal Chevrel:pascalc from comment #6)
> Inma, for the margin problem, I am working on it, will hopefully be fixed
> tonight. For the "SOPA / PIPA & ACTA", this is in a file I can't modify
> myself, I need the webdev to approve my change, but you can add it to your
> file in the form below and it will be picked up automatically when my
> template change is approved:

Added and committed to svn. Thanks for your help!


Comment 8

5 years ago
Barbara, what are the news about the translation of the faq by the agency?

Comment 9

5 years ago
Created attachment 681064 [details]
Translation FAQ es-ES

Please find the Spanish translation for the FAQ page attached.

Comment 10

5 years ago
committed to svn in r110641
Please check the page at https://www-demo1.allizom.org/b/es-ES/foundation/annualreport/2011/faq/ in 15mn, the server should have picked up the update then

Comment 11

5 years ago
Valerie, there are erroneous strings, either missing or mispelt in English, please provide an update for them:

(Note that all these strings are in the source file we provided initially in this bug)

Comment 12

5 years ago
Created attachment 681079 [details]
REVISED FAQ translation es-ES

Revised FAQ attached - this should be good now!

Comment 13

5 years ago
commited in r110644 and additionnal formatting fixes to fix errors in r110645

Comment 14

5 years ago
r110646 adds back the 2 acronym tags that are missing in the translation, (ideally those should have been translated too).

Let's mark this one fixed.
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED

Comment 15

5 years ago

Sorry, but I have to reopen this bug. We've seen there's a huge error in the FAQ section: "qué nivel de participación online querrían tener o cfonos
inteligentes la melada de deoamosrlossiajoricaciones son libres para
usar sus propios sistemas de facturacimacómo participar en el
desarrollo de una red mejor"

That gibberish doesn't make sense at all, could you please edit the text and correct it?

Honestly, I can't see the point of hiring a PR agency whose lack of professionalism and incompetence have been proven over and over again. Please next time you consider assigning a translation task to a third party, ask Mozilla Hispano about it first. This should be a community-based decision.


Comment 16

5 years ago
Thanks for flagging Inma

could you help out and correct it to make this quick - and correct? Thanks a million!

Lesson learned, we will not get involved with translations going forward. 




5 years ago
Resolution: FIXED → ---

Comment 17

5 years ago
I have fixed the string to make sense again in r110875, thanks Inma. I am closing this bug but feel free to make further edits to this file if you wish of course.
Last Resolved: 5 years ago5 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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