[CentOS-docs] Anaconda Slides Translations

Wed Jan 21 16:04:01 UTC 2009
Akemi Yagi <amyagi at gmail.com>

On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 4:31 AM, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de> wrote:
> Akemi Yagi wrote:
>> ** (inkscape:8096): WARNING **: Unable to open linked file:
>> /home/al/Desktop/CentOS/artwork/trunk/Themes/TreeFlower/Wallpapers/img/wallpaper-fog.png
> That's because al doesn't have an account on your machine! Give him one
> so he can put the file there!

Actually, I even thought about creating that directory and putting the
.png file to satisfy the dependency :-D

> Seriously:
> We should straighten this out as soon as possible, as I want to team up
> the translators again. And if we go with a new set of slides (I was even
> thinking of changing some of the old ones or adding a new one - I have
> to read through them again), I must be able to give some sort of "HowTo"
> guide to the translators, if they have to render the slides locally and
> then upload them to svn again.

I think that the easiest method is to have the translators do the sed
files only.  I believe that, as far as the sed files are correct,
rendering can be done by anyone (whether those sed files can be
displayed in a web browser is not relevant).

Of course, if the translator wants to see the rendered images before
committing them, they need to do it locally.  But this should not be
made a mandatory step for the translators IMHO.