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From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: Hebrew translator
Date Mon, 28 May 2012 22:54:20 GMT
On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 2:43 AM, Yaron Shahrabani <> wrote:
> I submitted the iCLA, I'll get back to you once the application will be
> approved.

Hello Yaron,

I can confirm that your iCLA was received.  Your name now appears in
this list here, of volunteers (Apache-wide) who have submitted an iCLA
but are not yet committers in any specific project:

> Is there anything special I should add to the form in order to clairfy that
> I'm interested in translating?

No.  What you did is perfect.

If you look at our Pootle server, you see that our Hebrew translation
is 92% complete.  Any help you can give us to get this to 100% would
be greatly appreciated.

You can work online, using Pootle.  Or we can email you the .PO file,
which is understood by some off-line translation tools.

Please send further questions, updates to this ooo-dev list.  We can
make a special test build for you when the translation is done,



> Yaron Shahrabani
> <Hebrew translator>
> On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 2:55 PM, J├╝rgen Schmidt
> <>wrote:
>> On 5/10/12 12:02 PM, Yaron Shahrabani wrote:
>>> Hello guys,
>>> I would like to help maintain the Hebrew translation of
>>> I've already been involved with the translation process before and I know
>>> the suite very well.
>>> Please grant me with translator access to the pootle server.
>>> Kind regards,
>>> Yaron Shahrabani
>> Hi Yaron,
>> welcome at Apache and it's great that you want to help with the Hebrew
>> translation.
>> At the moment only committers have access to the pootle server. Are you
>> able to work offline with the po files directly using some other tools? If
>> yes please let me know and I will send you the po files in a private email.
>> You should also think about submitting an iCLA (Individual Contributor
>> License Agreement) back to Apache, that is the first and only formal step
>> to become a committer in the project. Everything else depends on your
>> active participation in the project and will come automatically over time
>> which should be obvious.
>> More info about the iCLA can be found here
>>**licenses/ <>
>> and**licenses/icla.txt<>
>> Welcome and let me know ...
>> Juergen

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