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Hi Florian,

would it work if you got one CSV file for each language? Each file would
contain three columns:
Name | en-US string | target string

If that would do, we wouldn't need any conversion at all to fill these
files in Pootle, I believe.


2013.08.28 11:38, Florian Reisinger rašė:
Hi all,

It is okay for me, but I have not used Pootle a lot...
For me it would be the best to give you a xls [I use a program to import
them into the .resx file format] file and get one in return from time to
time, or if I ask to...

I hope that this is okay for all of you :)

Am 28.08.2013 10:11, schrieb Sophie:
Hi Chris, Florian, all,
Le 28/08/2013 01:00, Chris Leonard a écrit :
It would really help you manage translation workflow if you just
posted the POT to the Pootle "templates" language.  You can easily
create a new project for this if you want it seperate from other

If this is spreadsheet based, using csv2po and po2csv might be needed.
Taking into account the number of localizations we have now I think that
would be the best for all of us.
Florian, is it ok for you if we use Pootle to maintain the localization
flow, this is where we are used to work for all the LibreOffice projects.

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