פוסט עברי ראשון בפלאנט של אובונטו

Check the translation button!

שלום חברים,

אני גאה לכתוב את הפוסט הראשון שלי בפלאנט של אובונטו!

לאחרונה כמה אנשים העלו את הנושא של פוסטים בשפות שונות מעברית. החלטתי לקחת את הצ’אנס ולהתחיל ולפרסם את הפוסטים בעברית בפלאנט.

הצבתי כפתור תרגום במעלה הפוסט עבור דוברי שפות אחרות. ברור לי שיכולות התרגום של גוגל לא מתקרבות לתרגום אנושי, אבל נקווה שזה יספיק כדי להבהיר את הנקודות.

אם למישהו יש בעיות עם זה, מוזמנים לפנות אליי…

דור :)

16 thoughts on “פוסט עברי ראשון בפלאנט של אובונטו

  1. Posting in other languages on Planet Ubuntu is inconvenient regardless if you have a “translate” link on your site. Most people use RSS readers or read the planet feed directly, and won’t even see a translate link.

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  2. Yes, you’re right. I was sure the translate button will show in the post itself. working to fix it.

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  4. I agree as well.
    I don’t see anyone else writing in the planet in non-English, and their faq nicely asks to use English.
    So instead of showing gibberish to international Linux users, I suggest you help me find a girlfriend (and a job) instead.

    PS: I tried to set my website to http://harmelin.livejournal.com – but it fails, since it tries to do an OpenID authentication that goes to the wrong address.

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  5. Every time you write a non-english post to planet, I kill an kitten. I don’t want to have to translate my RSS feeds, it’s the job of the content producer to do so if they’re publishing on an english language forum. No?

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  6. If there is something this important to post to the planet, then getting an English preparation which can output the translation should be a priority.

    Of course typing in this box is hard enough as it is!

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  7. Great to see planet post in another language! Though the RTL is getting me confused. You could probably include an English translation below your post for the majority English readers :) :D

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  8. most people will skip your posts anyway

    It is unfortunate that people assume ‘most people’ are English speakers. In fact only a small percentage, aprox. 20-25%, of the global population speaks English.

    Posting in other languages on Planet Ubuntu is inconvenient

    Not to those who speak the non-English language.
    The point is that large populations of Ubuntu users are left out of the community because of such prejudicial attitudes. If I have to be slightly ‘inconvenienced’ so that the other 75-80% of the worlds population can participate in the community, so be it.

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  9. @duanedesign:
    20-25% isn’t so litte. English is the 2nd spoken language (after Mandarin).
    Because of the failure of Esperanto, English is the international language, and if we want to speak to the world, we need to speak English.
    If you want to read and write in your native language, open dedicated sites for this, and don’t use global sites.

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  10. excellent! a post in an interesting area of unicode, a great test of RTL support and utf-8.

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  11. Wow Well done ddora this is great to see. It’s been rather eye opening reading the above comments and I hope the rudeness above from people does not put you off. Folks can either use the translate button or I myself viewed the page using chromium so it translate it for me.

    Many people last week found Senes blog on having other languages here very eye opening, I wish folks on here could be a little more eye opening and a lot more welcoming!

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  12. Я пишу на английском языке на планете убунту. Топ десять стран (из гугл аналитики): США, Британия, Германия, Канада, Франция, Дания, Италия, Нидерланды, Испания и Норвегия. Неважно на каком языке больше всего говарят, важно что язык свободного обеспечения английский.
    Кстати у тебя на сайте всё сделано справу на лево насильно, и перевод выглядит криво (тоже справу на лево) а также ящик для комментариев тоже кривой.

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  13. If other languages want to have planet of their own, they are free to do it on different URL

    I think having separate per language Planets could be a possible solution. planet.ubuntu.es.com and planet.ubuntu.fr.com for example. I also think filtering the feeds could be another possibility. for instance planet.ubuntu.com/en+es/feed

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  14. I was going to say how stupid this is, but I see I was too late.
    So for the record: If you want to talk to the global community don’t make it hard for them to understand.
    You are however encouraged to build a RSS auto translator! That would be cool!!

    I agree with Dmitry (Дмитрий).
    @Дмитрий
    BTW, In Firefox I seem to have “switch text direction” button. So I can force the direction back to LTR, don’t non-RTL enabled systems have it?

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  15. GuySoft (and Dmitry) –

    The “Swish Text Direction” item in the right click context menu is not exposed for LTR locales unless the user enable the preference bidi.browser.ui. You can, however, press ctrl-shift-x in order to switch page direction on all locales, as the functionality still exists.

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