2011/2/4 Christian Lohmaier <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Hi Antón, *,
On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 11:49 PM, Anton Meixome <email@example.com> wrote:
I can't create any translation from english site for update NL
Galician. I think that access to manin site is necessary for this
It was decided not to have translations on the main project site, as
the different set of languages for each page would have made it too
confusing for people, instead please create the pages in your project
i.e. login to https://gl.libreoffice.org/admin/ and do the changes there.
Please step by step instructions.
If you want to use the same download page as on the main-site, change
the pagetype to "DownloadPage" (on the behaviour tab), then you'll get
the download list below any content you put into the editor.
Apart from that, you need to be more specific in your questions
A lot of thanks, that it is, now the download page rules.
About content for each NL Project, well, it's possibly the best aproach.
Anyway, I need to know if there is any standard or recommendation on
A second thing to know how I can add to the Galician NL other people
to share the editing work. It is different for admins and website
content contributors? If the aggregation of contributors to a NL is
explained in the wiki, I do not see
More specifically, they must register on the web at / admin, then?
Should I do something to link them to Galician or is the job of the
Again, thanks in advance
Antón Méixome - Blog about Galician Office Suite
Galician community OOo.org & LibO
http://blog.openoffice.gl // http://blog.libreoffice.gl
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