User talk:Xuacu

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Hola Xuacu, bienvenido a OpenStreetMap! Hay muchas cosas a hacer. Talvez puedes ayudarnos en traducir más de las páginas introcutorias al Espanhol. Asi más gente espanol podrá contribuir. Soy alemán, no puedo. Buen trabajo en Es:Map Features. Gracias desde Alemania, Longbow4u 13:06, 1 April 2007 (BST)


Hi, Xuacu! Great that you are translating OpenStreetBrowser to a new language :) I will include it in the next release (maybe in one or two weeks?).

  • Shall I make a fall-back, that if there's not an Astriuan language string it uses the Spanish one? Currently it would use the English one ... (which is still the fall-back if no Spanish string is defined).
  • By the way, no need to calculate the percentage every time, my import script for the languages does it automatically.

-- Skunk 10:03, 12 August 2011 (BST)

I'll try my best to have Asturian language in a usable state for the next release!
  • Spanish is a good choice as fallback language for Asturian, thank you.
  • I supposed that percentage was somehow calculated, but it wouldn't hurt anyway to do it by hand sometimes :D
And thank you very much for this awesome OSB! A lot of people here will be very pleased to have a map browser in Asturian. --Xuacu 01:25, 13 August 2011 (BST)
Thanks for the feedback :) You might have seen, I already included Asturian in the last update. Hope you're fine with this and everything works. Btw, could you provide a flag for the select-menu in the options? 16x11 pixels as svg would be the best. -- Skunk 23:11, 14 August 2011 (BST) (PS: Please post your answer here, I like to keep the discussion together. I have your page in my Watchlist, so I won't miss your answer).
Perhaps the svg flag in Wikipedia could be fine? In case you need it, I could try and make a smaller version with Inkscape. OSB in Asturian looks awesome even if it's unfinished! But we'll have to fix some tags in OSM (public transport routes, mostly) to make it work in OSB. --Xuacu 01:54, 18 August 2011 (BST)
I think it's fine, judge yourself (as soon as OpenStreetBrowser is online again and version 2.0.4 is publised). -- Skunk 19:28, 27 August 2011 (BST)