Adding lp-l10n-eo to the group about LP translators

Asked by Michael Moroni

Hi, I'd like to add Esperanto Launchpad Translation Team to the Launchpad Translators translation group.
Here is the link to the group:
Thank you in advance,
- Michael

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Curtis Hovey (sinzui) said :

I assigned this question to David who can help, You may get your answer quicker by asking the team that manage ~launchpad-translators. Visit an use the Contact this team link.

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Best David Planella (dpm) said :

Hi Michael,

Sorry for the delay in responding. The team page looks great, thanks for going through the instructions on how to set up a translation team in Launchpad.

I've now added the Esperanto team to the Launchpad Translators group, which should give you the ability to start translating all the applications assigned to that group straight away.

I've got a couple of suggestions, which would be great if you could consider:

* As the team coordinator, please join the team. You'll then be able to stay in touch with the latest developments in Launchpad Translations and announcements from translatable project in Launchpad.
* You might want to add the Ubuntu Esperanto translators team (ubuntu-l10n-eo) as a subteam of lp-l10n-eo. This will get you started with an already experienced team in translations, and will give them the ability to translate applications in Launchpad other than Ubuntu.

Happy translating!


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Michael Moroni (airon90) said :

Thanks David Planella, that solved my question.

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Michael Moroni (airon90) said :

Thank you David!
I didn't have much time yesterday to answer you. Thank you for your suggestions, I already considered them but I didn't already do them before :)

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Joey Stanford (joey) said :

Even better, since I'm the owner of the Ubuntu team, I'm just going to give it to Michael since he's active there anyway.