[Webcom] Indonesian locale

Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) tmitchell at osgeo.org
Tue Jul 3 17:34:51 EDT 2007

I'm not so sure how to make it more clearer:

Any ideas?  Perhaps there is an updated version of the locale module  
that might give us more control over the process...  I will check.


On 2-Jul-07, at 5:40 AM, Arnulf Christl wrote:

> Christoph Baudson (WhereGroup) wrote:
>> Thanks for setting up the locale, however I'm still unable to edit  
>> content in Indonesian. It doesn't appear in the locale list.
>> Christoph
>>  > It's probably better that these emails go to WebCom, because I  
>> don't
>>  > know as much about our Drupal configuration.  However I think I've
>>  > figured this one out...
>>  >
>>  > Is this "Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)"?  I've added it, but  
>> not enabled
>>  > it yet.  Please let me know if it shows up in your list.  If it  
>> does,
>>  > then you'll be able to translate a few pages before we enable  
>> it for the
>>  > world.
>>  >
>>  > Jason
> Hi,
> it is still not quite transparent for translators how to go about  
> translating pages correctly. We have to make sure that all new  
> translators get an introduction on how to translate pages by  
> *first* creating a new page via the "translations" tab and *then*  
> selecting that new page to translate it.
> It seems that people tend to first click on the edit tab and then  
> change the locale there which only messes up existing pages. This  
> is also the reason why every now and then the English pages turn up  
> in Chinese, Spanish and all other languages.
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