Le 02/12/2013 20:22, tk a écrit :
Robinson Tryon wrote:
the one responsible of the en_US version. And I don't think
is in fact.
Hmm. Sophie - should we consider spinning-up a community for
en_US? I'm not sure I have much time to spend on it right now, but
a) Can somebody layout precisely what an en_US l10n
team/group/individual would do?
as, I said, I think the first thing is to have an up to date glossary,
then check for the consistency in the menus/dialogs/tabs, check for the
Camel case use, check that the good terms are used for the good
functions, actions, etc and are consistent with the terms already used.
Check that the help buttons leads to help files, check that the help
files is up to date, etc. I've more but don't want to frighten you with
the tasks ;)
b) Is there an existing en_## L10N group that could assume the
responsibilities, duties, etc of an en_US L10N group?
there is an en_GB group, but we are speaking about en_US which is the
source for all languages. There is no en_US l10n group because this is
the developer team in fact, but few are native en_US speaking. Note that
at the OOo time, the linguist (Liz Matthis) was german, but she was a
So to answer Robinson and you, yes, we need somebody able to check the
en_US version. I'm ready to help in each step.
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