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I'm translating some programs and web sites to Bulgarian.
The best workflow for me has [1]. It recognizes user browser's language and has a 
language selector at the top.
Translations are managed by Transifex [2] and site synchronizes new translations on every 2 (I 
think) hours.
Another test site is used for new upcoming Fedora release. New translation 
branch generated from the main 
translation is used for each new release. At releasing new Fedora, this new branch becomes main.


Best Regards
Valentin Laskov

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Charles-H. Schulz" <>
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2013 6:27 PM

I'd be happy to say that we ought to have a language selector somewhere
on the top of the page, plus an attempt at automatically guessing the
browser's language. Besides that, there should be the appropriate links
to nlp sites  as described in the top menu list details:

But once I've written that, I do realize I've written very little. I'd
be interested in the feedback of our non-natively-English speaking
friends. The "International Sites" top section has always seemed
awkward to me and I'm sure we can do better. Please discuss on the
website@ mailing list only.

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