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On 29/01/2013 20:19, Thorsten Behrens wrote:
[cutting down Cc list a bit for this question]
Sophie Gautier wrote:
If you feel this request is copied from somebody, you're totally
Request ------- One month/man. The request have to be completed
by Petr or YiFan because I can't find the mail again (sorry) but
last we discussed this I recall for one month/man to achieve the
localization capabilities of Moztrap.
Just out of curiosity, do you have someone in mind able to do
Unfortunately not for now. I lack technical details on the tool.
And I presume we already tried to lobby upstream to do it?
Do you mean inside the LibreOffice project ?
I've tried to find financial support from organizations and
associations in France but with no success.
be not so desirable is to do something that upstream moztrap would
be unwilling to merge.
Yes, I understand that. I don't know if they are interested by
localization. You know sometimes Mozilla teams don't decide on their
own what they do/develop/merge.
Sophie Gautier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Membership & Certification Committee Member - Co-founder
The Document Foundation
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