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Mon Feb 4 11:57:34 EST 2013
I'm going to jump onto this thread (I have been following this mailing
list for some time now) cause I also want to provide translation and
localization for Arabic across the project if possible.
I hail from a revolution or two and live with oppressive regimes and
have lost people due to weak information security. I've tried to make my
loved ones rely on secure(r) apps but without localisation, many are
lost in the mix so I would also like some info on how I can start
working on this since it would be most impactful.
I would love to contribute with code as well, but I'm not sure my skills
are up to par yet. I will try to get some simple low hanging easy fixes
contributed once my work clears up.
Thank you all again for your great efforts. You've done more great and
probably have saved lives.
On 04/02/2013 11:37, Matej Kovacic wrote:
> I came accross Gibberbot and I have some questions. I am not a
> programmer, but I would like to help anyway with localisation nad
> testing. So...
> I would like to do some localisation (to slovenian language). How can I
> do that? I have found Transifex, where are some XML files, but I don't
> know can I simply edit them, where to send them when they are done or
> are there some translation tools like POEdit (I was working on several
> Linux localisation projects).
> Another question is related to a Gibberbot bug/issue #183. The problem
> persist on my mobile phone too, but it seems problem is resolved in
> upcoming v11 release. The question is: when v11 will be released? There
> are couple of users around me experiencing this problem, and we are
> hoping new version will be released soon... :-)
> BTW: I was unable to find any nightly builds.
> There is another two big usability issues I have found... The first one
> is the fact that is it not possible to set custom nickname for a contact
> (an option to rename contact to a custom nickname - I described it here:
> And another is a lack of option to set OTR settings per contact. So not
> just to have a general OTR settings (forced, attempt, never), but option
> to set different OTR policy for each contact.
> Anyway, Gibberbot looks great, keep doing good work!
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