> I'm currently thinking if we can fix major visible problems quickly...
> 2012/4/25 David Planella <david.planella@ubun...>:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm very excited to announce the availability of the Ubuntu Online Tour
>> for LoCo teams to localize and use in their sites. The tour has been the
>> result of the stunning work done by Ant Dillon from the Web Design Team
>> and should provide a web-based first impression of Ubuntu to new users,
>> in their language.
>> Where is it?
>> - The code lives on https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-online-tour >> - You can translate it on
>> https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu-online-tour >>
>> How can I use it for my LoCo website?
>> If you've already translated the tour in Launchpad, you can build a
>> localized version in 3 easy steps:
>> 1. Get the code:
>> bzr branch lp:ubuntu-online-tour/12.04
>> 2. Build the localized tour:
>> cd 12.04
>> cd translate-html/bin
>> ./translate-html -t
>> 3. Deploy the tour:
>> - This will vary depending on your setup, so simply make sure you copy
>> the chromeless, css, img, js, pie and videos folders along with the
>> videoplayer.swf file to your site. In addition, you will need the en
>> folder and the folder for your language created in the previous step.
>> If you haven't finished the translation for your language in Launchpad,
>> you will need to complete the corresponding PO file before you run step
>> 2. Just ask on the Ubuntu translators list (on CC) in case you need help
>> or are not familiar with PO files.
>> If you've got any questions, feel free to ask on this list. For any
>> issues, suggestions, improvements, etc, use the Launchpad project at
>> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-online-tour to report bugs and submit code.
>> loco-contacts mailing list
>> loco-contacts@list... >> https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/loco-contacts >>