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From "Juan C. Sanz" <>
Subject Re: Portuguese - PT Translation
Date Thu, 13 Jun 2013 20:50:52 GMT
El 13/06/2013 17:42, Pedro Albuquerque escribió:
> Hi again,
> I tried sending the ICLA scanned, filled and signed but your email 
> server doesn't accept it because of the size (over 1 MB). I'll send it 
> page by page in two more mails, after this one.
> I'm sending a file with some errors occurred during the save of a file 
> after translation. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. The first states 
> that there are errors in red, the file was saved but the MO file was 
> not created. But when I re-open the file, the translation is not 
> there. I couldn't find help on line for POEDIT, so I'm stuck.
Perhaps you can try Virtaal [1], for me it was easier and it have a 
little tutorial, more over have sugestion on tranlation, it is from the 
same creator than pootle. I have made most of the last translation in 
Virtaal. I think it is not needed the MO file, only the PO is used.


Juan C. Sanz

> I would also like to know if there is a way of seeing the resulting 
> translations. It would be really helpful and more accurate.
> It is probably best if I have a Pootle account.
> Thanks,
> Pedro.
> Em 13/06/2013 14:54, Andrea Pescetti escreveu:
>> Pedro Albuquerque wrote:
>>> Is it enough to send a scanned ICLA with my signature on it?
>> Absolutely! That tells us that the contributions are under the proper 
>> license (Apache license) and that you are the author of translations 
>> you contribute.
>>> I would also need to know how to get the files needed and what software
>>> is used in the translations (I think it is POEDIT).
>> 1) Add a comment here: 
>> stating your 
>> name, that you already filed an ICLA and that you will work offline 
>> (or online, see below).
>> 2) You can work offline with POEdit or online with Pootle. 
>> Instructions are at . 
>> Links to PO files are in the issue page, the Pootle link is 
>> . If you prefer Pootle, just 
>> reply to this e-mail saying that you need a Pootle account (you may 
>> choose your username too) and the Pootle administrators will create 
>> one (please write back if you didn't get in a couple of days).
>> Regards,
>>   Andrea.
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