Maybe you should talk to this nice bloke ?
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X-From_: alastair.mckinstry at compaq.com Wed Jun 2 11:52:35 1999
Delivered-To: valen at redbrick.dcu.ie
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 11:52:46 +0100
From: Alastair McKinstry <alastair.mckinstry at compaq.com>
Organization: High Performance Technical Computing, Compaq
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To: valen at redbrick.dcu.ie
Subject: Re: Gaelic for GNOME...
jplooney at compapp.dcu.ie wrote:
> Hi, I was going through the Gaelic .po file for GNOME, and it looks dead
> weird. What dialect is it ? Some friends we considering doing an Irish
Its a partially-translated copy from way back, (with some german translations
left in) that got mangled by netscape and the fadas were mistranslated.
I (with some friends) have started an Irish translation; its not public because
moving house and don't have an internet connection right now from home;
(I have one at work, but can't submit back to the GNOME develeopers easily).
I have an account on the gnome server, and can submit patches; I've also got
other translations for gnu tools and KDE stuff.
I can send you work-to-date, and hope to get back on line soon.
Note: my Irish is pretty bad; I have been doing this as a learning exercise,
teacher-friend to correct misteaks. If you feel bits are wrong, correct me;
my translations as definitive.
There is an official GNU translation list for Irish that has two members on it
(me included) and no traffic at ga at li.org; any volunteers should subscribe to
Alastair McKinstry <alastair.mckinstry at compaq.com>,
HPTC, Compaq Computer Corp.,Ballybrit, Galway, Ireland
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