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dedebekri
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« on: January 12, 2011, 16:23:15 PM »

You can send your package snapshots (which are present in the Pardus repository and have a GUI) via a form on ozgurlukicin.com (http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/tema/ekle/paket-goruntuleri/)

Here is the translation of the form page...
Baslik: title (write the name of the content you will add)
Lisans: license (under what type of license will you share?)
Tanim: definition (you can write the definitions of the files you add here)
Surum numarasi: version no. (like 0.1)
Yoruma acik: Free to comment (you may choose whether other members can coment on your addition or not)
Paket goruntusu: package snapshot
Etiketler: labels
Onay: approval (I have the right to distribute this package snapshot)


The main rules have been given here; http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/haber/paketleri-siz-gosterin/
Briefly;
* All windows, fonts, appearance etc. styles should be in default settings (Dejavu font, oxygen style, etc.)
* No additional information (as user name, webpage or email address, etc.) should be seen on the snapshot. In case such information has to be given, info@pardus.org.tr as email, www.pardus.org.tr as website should be given.
* Ksnapshot should be used for taking snapshots, and capturing method should be "window under the cursor" (I am not sure this is a good translation since I do not have that program in English!)
* Small sized (preview) pictures should be 270x190 pixels (exactly) and bigger ones should not exceed 800x600 pixels
* While uploading the images to please only write the name of the package, do not add png or jpeg to the file name.
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« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2011, 17:21:46 PM »

Could you be more specific where this is all about.
Is snapshot the same as History Manager is doing?
Do I have to register at the first link?
Here is the translation of the form page...
From which page is this a translation?
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« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2011, 19:00:01 PM »

I guess (but am not sure) these are the rules  when one wants to review software available in the Pardus repositories at that website, and incldue some screenshots along with the review.

I really DO like the many package reviews by the way!
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« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2011, 19:02:11 PM »

http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/tema/ekle/paket-goruntuleri/ is the form to send snapshots (screenshots). The translation (Baslik: Title, ...) is the translation of words you see on the very same page. You have to be a member of the forum ozgurlukicin.com in order to send your screenshots.

The screenshots will be used in the package manager program (you must have recognized the ratings and details button on the package list shown on the package manager user interface).

Just to be more clear, these images will be shown here (see attached picture) on the package manager. Sorry for not being clear enough. Any other questions? Smiley


* ekran görüntüsü1.png (106.68 KB, 808x591 - viewed 154 times.)
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« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2011, 21:15:03 PM »

Thanks.
And to attract some more international users, I can only advice to have a TR/EN interface.
I have to use Google Translate to get any idea what for instance "Kullanıcı adı" and "Parola" means.
My native language is not English. Wink

... (I am not sure this is a good translation since I do not have that program in English!)
I very often use System Settings > Regional & Language > Country/Region & Language > Add Language
in order to switch between Dutch (= my default) > English > German > French to get the right translation.
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« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2011, 21:36:47 PM »

Sorry, I assumed you were a member of ozgurlukicin.com Smiley When I clicked that link I could see what was inside, since I was logged in, my bad...

Today I read a respond to a topic in the English ozgurlukicin.com forums (http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/forum/english/).
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parduser99, 12/01/2011 17:46 tarihinde:
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hi,
please change the "yeni baslik"  button to english as "new subject" otherwise some people may turn back without posting any message..
it can also be applied for other languages.. if it is possible..
Now we are concentrated on Pardus 2011 related community needs.
We will do them, after the release of 2011.  Smiley

http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/forum/english/18924/?page=1

The respond was given by Ali Isingor (Pardus community manager). Hope this is the sign of good changes to come, on the international side of the website, after launching Pardus 2011.

Also I may try to translate the register page on ozgurlukicin.com (http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/kullanici/kayit/) if you'd like to register, or I may register for you. Everything is in Turkish on this page (by the way, "Kullanıcı adı" and "Parola" mean, "Username" and "Password" Smiley )

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« Reply #6 on: January 14, 2011, 15:53:34 PM »

Here is what I have promised myself to do; translation of the registration page of Ozgurlukicin.com (http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/kullanici/kayit/)
(please see pictures "ekran1" & "ekran2" attached for translation)

Also here is what I have asked and the answer I got from another community manager (Gizem Belen) in the Ozgurlukicin forums. (please see picture "ekran3" attached)


* ekran1.png (54.76 KB, 646x590 - viewed 141 times.)

* ekran2.png (35.82 KB, 644x404 - viewed 127 times.)

* ekran3.png (72.88 KB, 848x448 - viewed 125 times.)
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