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Serbian in README?

Kevin Scannell-2
One of our testers for Irish discovered there's a bit of Serbian text
in the middle of an otherwise-Irish
README file distributed with RC10.    It immediately follows the
heading "User Support"
(readme.xrm#support.support.readmeitem.text) but precedes what I
suppose should be the
correct text (readme.xrm#support1.support1.readmeitem.text)  [1]

Is there something I can do to fix this, or is it an issue with the
build process?

Kevin


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Re: Serbian in README?

Andrea Pescetti
Kevin Scannell wrote:
> One of our testers for Irish discovered there's a bit of Serbian text
> in the middle of an otherwise-Irish
> README file distributed with RC10.    It immediately follows the
> heading "User Support"
> (readme.xrm#support.support.readmeitem.text) but precedes what I
> suppose should be the
> correct text (readme.xrm#support1.support1.readmeitem.text)

You are right, I don't consider it a blocker since the README file is
not very visible, but I confirm the same issue for Italian, namely:
- .../openoffice.org3/README
- .../openoffice.org3/README.html
have the two Serbian paragraphs you mention in the translation of the
"User Support" section.

Regards,
  Andrea Pescetti - Italian N-L Project Lead.


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Re: Serbian in README?

Andras Timar
2011/1/23 Andrea Pescetti <[hidden email]>:

> Kevin Scannell wrote:
>> One of our testers for Irish discovered there's a bit of Serbian text
>> in the middle of an otherwise-Irish
>> README file distributed with RC10.    It immediately follows the
>> heading "User Support"
>> (readme.xrm#support.support.readmeitem.text) but precedes what I
>> suppose should be the
>> correct text (readme.xrm#support1.support1.readmeitem.text)
>
> You are right, I don't consider it a blocker since the README file is
> not very visible, but I confirm the same issue for Italian, namely:
> - .../openoffice.org3/README
> - .../openoffice.org3/README.html
> have the two Serbian paragraphs you mention in the translation of the
> "User Support" section.
>

Serbian translators used <p> tags within the segment. Therefore all
languages will have these paragraphs, because the parser thinks they
are language independent. They should have used <br/> or <p
xml:lang="sr"> and <p xml:lang="sh"> or nothing.

Best regards,
Andras

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Re: Serbian in README?

Goran Rakic
У нед, 23. 01 2011. у 19:17 +0100, Andras Timar пише:
> They should have used <br/> or <p
> xml:lang="sr"> and <p xml:lang="sh"> or nothing.

I will fix this in the next translation handover. Sorry, I did not know
about this feature in the build scripts.

Goran



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Re: Serbian in README?

Ivo Hinkelmann - Sun Germany -
Hi Goran Rakic,

can you file an issue and attach the those 2 fixed Serbian strings to
that issue?

Cheers,
Ivo

Goran Rakic wrote:

> У нед, 23. 01 2011. у 19:17 +0100, Andras Timar пише:
>> They should have used <br/> or <p
>> xml:lang="sr"> and <p xml:lang="sh"> or nothing.
>
> I will fix this in the next translation handover. Sorry, I did not know
> about this feature in the build scripts.
>
> Goran
>
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Re: Serbian in README?

Goran Rakic
У пон, 24. 01 2011. у 19:03 +0100, Ivo Hinkelmann пише:
> can you file an issue and attach the those 2 fixed Serbian strings to
> that issue?

Here: http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=116595

Kind regards,
Goran



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Re: Serbian in README?

Ivo Hinkelmann-2
Thanks!!!

Goran Rakic wrote:

> У пон, 24. 01 2011. у 19:03 +0100, Ivo Hinkelmann пише:
>> can you file an issue and attach the those 2 fixed Serbian strings to
>> that issue?
>
> Here: http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=116595
>
> Kind regards,
> Goran
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Re: Serbian in README?

Ivo Hinkelmann - Sun Germany -
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Hi,

I tried but I was not able to get this issue rated as showstopper, the
folks prefered to release the OOo 3.3

Sorry,
Ivo

Goran Rakic wrote:

> У пон, 24. 01 2011. у 19:03 +0100, Ivo Hinkelmann пише:
>> can you file an issue and attach the those 2 fixed Serbian strings to
>> that issue?
>
> Here: http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=116595
>
> Kind regards,
> Goran
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Re: Serbian in README?

Andrea Pescetti
On 27/01/2011 Ivo Hinkelmann wrote:
> I tried but I was not able to get this issue rated as showstopper, the
> folks prefered to release the OOo 3.3

Indeed http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=116595 was likely
not a showstopper, since the README file is not very visible and this
was just additional content. But I hope the fix is committed to the
current development version soon.

Regards,
  Andrea Pescetti - Italian N-L Project Lead.


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