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Hi Yury,

On Saturday, 2011-11-19 21:19:43 +0200, Yury Tarasievich wrote:

Now, where do we get a template for the new format of locale?

Um.. what template? There are the i18npool/source/localedata/data/*.xml
files (see also )
for each locale, and the new optional <GenitiveMonths> element goes
right after the <MonthsOfYear> element. You could copy the entire
<MonthsOfYear> element, paste it after itself, rename it to
<GenitiveMonths> (don't forget the </GenitiveMonths> closing tag as
well) and edit the month names. Then send the diff (in this case it's
only the addition of the new element, so you could send just that if
you're not familiar with git diff and such).

Who collects the patches/datafiles?

You may send them to my address, or to the l10n list if you think some
review is needed.

Btw, it would be nice if we could keep the related discussion on the
l10n list so other localizers may participate. Added the Cc and Reply-To again.


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