[Openstack-i18n] Arabic Script mixed with Gurmukhi Script in Translation Memory
jimidar at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 20:06:37 UTC 2015
On Wednesday, September 16, 2015, Ying Chun Guo <guoyingc at cn.ibm.com> wrote:
Aman or Amandeep
> I guess it is not because any issues during the migration.
> If you look into the Punjabi translations of Liberty - Dashboard
> Translations in Transifex,
> you will see there are two scripts in the translation.
> I think the problem happened when we were still using Transifex.
> Some translators might input the wrong translations.
Then the question is how? As all translators in my team are my known ones
and are Gurmukhi script translators. So how come one from shahmukhi
team, which is not managed by me, inputed the wrong translations?
> Such as:
> #: api/ceilometer.py:1107
> msgid "Creation requests for this router"
> msgstr "ਇਸ ਰਾਊਟਰ ਲਈ ਬਣਾਉਣ ਬੇਨਤੀਆਂ"
> #: api/ceilometer.py:1111
> msgid "Update requests for this router"
> msgstr "ਇਸ ਰਾਊਟਰ ਲਈ ਬੇਨਤੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਅਪਡੇਟ ਕਰੋ"
> #: api/ceilometer.py:1119
> msgid "Creation requests for this floating ip"
> msgstr "اس فلاؤٹینگ ip کے لئے تعمیر کی درخواست"
> #: api/ceilometer.py:1123
> msgid "Update requests for this floating ip"
> msgstr "اس فلاؤٹینگ ip کے لئے اپ ڈیٹ کی درخواست"
> So whatever has happened, has happened. Now how can we do the damage
Another thing is while selecting language codes, we talked about changing
pa-IN to pa-Guru. So if it can be done it will be great thing. As it
liberates the identity of language from a country and associates it to
script which is very beneficial.
Please help in this regard by changing the pa-IN to pa-Guru
> Ying Chun Guo (Daisy)
> ਅਨਪੜ੍ਹ ਜਿਮੀਂਦਾਰ <jimidar at gmail.com
> 09:34:00 AM:
> > From: ਅਨਪੜ੍ਹ ਜਿਮੀਂਦਾਰ <jimidar at gmail.com
> > To: openstack-i18n at lists.openstack.org
> > Date: 09/16/2015 10:11 AM
> > Subject: [Openstack-i18n] Arabic Script mixed with Gurmukhi Script
> > in Translation Memory
> > Hi there,
> > As I don't know how this mix up happened so someone please respond
> > to this issue.
> > After the migration has done and i am doing translation in Zanata I
> > am quite surprised to see Arabic script in my Translation Memory of
> > many projects.
> > I have clarified before, and explaining again, that Punjabi has two
> > entirely different scripts i.e. Gurmukhi (ਪੈਂਤੀ) and Shahmukhi
> > (اردو), while former is widely used in Indian side of Punjab aka
> > Eastern Punjab the latter is used in Pakistani side of Punjab aka
> > Western Punjab.
> > I guess while migration someone has mistaken both the scripts as one
> > and joined them.
> > As this is my assumption so it is you guys, will have to help me out.
> > Thanks
> > Amandeep Singh Saini
> > Co-ordinator Punjabi Team (pa-IN)
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