[guardian-dev] Gibberbot

Nathan of Guardian nathan at guardianproject.info
Mon Feb 4 18:47:23 EST 2013

On 02/05/2013 06:39 AM, Matej Kovacic wrote:
> I created account (MatejKovacic) but when I go to a Gibberbot project
> and try to request new language, it offers me to request new team. By
> doing so, I got error "This project does not maintain its own
> translation teams".

Hmm. Maybe Mark on our team can help out with this. He does a lot of
work with our Transifex projects.

> I prefer offline tools for translation. However, if they are not
> available, I will use online tool.

Transifex is just meant to be a helpful online tool. The project is
open-source, and you can get to the files directly here:

The strings are all stored in the Android XML format. This is fairly
easy to use, if you know how to edit XML. You just need to check out the
source code

> with some strange nicknames. So in my contacts I have people like
> fdgdf123 at gmail.com. It would be much better if I would be able to set a
> custom nickname instead, for instance "John Doe Jr."

Ah, good. Thanks for the explanation.

> BTW, there is also some interesting project which could be included in
> Guardian Project. It is called Gentian, and is used for encryption of
> SMS'es. It is different approach like encrypted instant messaging - if

Have you tried TextSecure? It is well known, open-source, and software
we have personally done some testing and verification of.


It is also open-source:


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