I think you missed Jean-Baptiste's point. If I'm reading correctly, his
point was that Ubuntu has effectively broken the functionality that we
already have in place (ability to change the UI/help language).
2013.01.18 00:18, Michael Bauer write:
I understand that. But that approach ties LO into a process whereby
it's at the whim of the ability or willingness of someone else to
change/fix *their* system. In the case of Ubuntu, that's doable of
course. But if such an issues arises in Windows, OSX, Android or some
other proprietary system, then what?
When LO finally makes it on to Android, how *will* we enable Gaelic or
Nepali, could someone share that with me?
17/01/2013 21:37, sgrìobh Jean-Baptiste Faure:
The problem is not a LibreOffice issue but an Ubuntu issue in the way
Ubuntu packages its own LO version and, perhaps, manages the
localization of others softwares provided by the distribution.
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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] LibreOffice on Ubuntu · Valter Mura
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