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From Radhika Puthiyetath <>
Subject RE: [DOCS] Update on translation, Help needed.
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2013 15:45:17 GMT
Hi Mathias

David is already developed a Runbook/ Quick Install Guide.

He is looking for reviewers.


-----Original Message-----
From: Mathias Mullins [] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 9:08 PM
To:; Developers
Subject: Re: [DOCS] Update on translation, Help needed.


Just as a point, can we change the "Runbook" to "Quick Install Guide" to make it easier for
people to understand what the use is? I don't think people wanting to come in and quickly
get started are going to understand to look to the term Runbook to help get them going, when
it's an industry term for a set of Operations instructions.

It may be too late, but just wondering. I have a couple people that will be really interested
in it and will dive into it quickly.


On 2/12/13 10:21 AM, "Sebastien Goasguen" <> wrote:

>Translation is picking up, thanks to all translators.
>Doc freeze is aimed for the end of the month, that means that in March 
>we should be working on a non evolving set of docs.
>The runbook is finished in French. Japanese and Chinese need a few 
>updates to be complete (due to the new push of strings).
>Italy is fast catching up on the runbook (61%):
>This is a relatively easy one to get done. To check where they stand 
>and how the look see:
>Chinese (mainland): 
>Chinese (Taiwan): 
>I only know French, English and a bit of spanish, so please don't take 
>offense if the documents are not properly rendered. This might be a 
>transifex issue. Just report the issue to the list and I will fix it.
>The UI is seeing the most work with:
>Japanese, Korean, Russian, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, 
>German, Norwegian and Catalan having a good chance of being finished by 4.1.
>We need a big push on the general documentation:
>Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese are the only three languages we can 
>realistically hope to finish on time for 4.1.
>Keep it up and get people involved, we have ~90 days to get this done 

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