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Thank you for your translation of Waymarked Trails to Pälzisch!707:23, 9 July 2012
Korrekturen109:07, 29 April 2012

Thank you for your translation of Waymarked Trails to Pälzisch!

Thank you very much for your translation of Waymarked Trails! Your translation have long since been deployed, and you can see it in action on hiking.lonvia.de. The only untranslated object that we know about is the update date formatting. It is relying on django, and if you'd like to have it localised as well you can take a look at the German formats.py and submit a pull request to the django project. I can assist if you like.

Guttorm Flatabø (talk)12:22, 28 June 2012

My pleasure! I'm a bit lost to apply by the pull request, thus your assistance is appreciated. The differences of date and time formats between Palatine and German are minimal, i.e. TIME_FORMAT = 'h:i:s' and adding (similar to 'A' or 'a') Moaschens (1:00 - 12:00), Midaags (12:00 - 17:00), Owens (17:00 - 24:00), Nachds (24:00 - 4:00), similar for DATETIME_FORMAT and SHORT_DATETIME_FORMAT. Additionally, in Palatine for DATE_INPUT_FORMATS the formats '%Y-%m-%d' and '%y-%m-%d' aren't possible, but '%d. %B %Y', '%d. %b. %Y' and for DATETIME_INPUT_FORMATS the formats '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M' and '%Y-%m-%d' aren't possible either. As I speak it in Palatine the months are Janua, Februa, Meaz, Abril, Mai, Juni, Juli, Auguschd, Sebdemba, Novemba, Dezemba and the days are Mondaach, Dienschdaach, Middwoch, Dunnaschdaach, Fraidaach, Somschdaach, Sundaach. I hope this is helpful, otherwise please let me know.

Manuae (talk)17:14, 28 June 2012

I'm afraid there are quite some steps to get that into django. See my reply to Fulup.

Guttorm Flatabø (talk)22:34, 29 June 2012

Ok, I signed up at Transifex, but failed then to request Palatine as a new language at the django project. Palatine isn't an option there. Any idea what to proceed?

Manuae (talk)15:54, 3 July 2012

It seems they do not support all languages by default, and that you have to request their addition...

Guttorm Flatabø (talk)09:55, 4 July 2012
Edited by another user.
Last edit: 16:32, 5 July 2012

All right, signed up to githup and submitted a request for Palatine (Request: Please, add Palatine - pfl to available transifexnew-language).

Manuae (talk)10:12, 4 July 2012


Hallo Manuae,

selbstverständlich kannst Du meinen Beiträge korrigieren.


Als-Holder (talk)19:11, 22 April 2012

Hallo Holder, ok, danke. Kannst du im Laufe der Zeit bitte meine Übersetzungen anschauen? Bei manchen bin ich mir mangels Kontext unsicher, ob man das so auf Pfälzisch sagen würde (z. B. MediaWiki:Abusefilter-action-blockautopromote/pfl "Block autopromote" als "Aischeferdarung schberre"). Danke.

Manuae (talk)09:07, 29 April 2012