Changes between Version 159 and Version 160 of Event/2011/GCI


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12/18/11 08:05:05 (10 years ago)
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Pat Tressel
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    341341To complete a task you should make an effort to translate all phrases but occasionally it is not possible to translate some phrases. A task will be accepted so long as more than 90% have been translated and a reasonable explanation, of why the untranslated phrases were left, is provided. The final say on this is will be left up to the mentor.
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    343 Please note that you should submit files encoded as UTF-8 & be sure that the CSV opens correctly in !OpenOffice. (Excel has had problems with loading and exporting these files correctly.) Windows users can use [http://notepad-plus-plus.org Notepad++] to check/convert encodings.
     343Please note that you should submit files encoded as UTF-8 & be sure that the CSV opens correctly in !OpenOffice or !LibreOffice. (Excel has had problems with loading and exporting these files correctly.) Windows users can use [http://notepad-plus-plus.org Notepad++] to check/convert encodings.
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    345345PLEASE STATE WHICH LANGUAGE YOU WISH TO TRANSLATE INTO WHEN YOU CLAIM THIS TASK.
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    347347When all three main files have been translated for the language of your choice, you can then select one of the many appendix files.
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     349Note to mentors:
     350* You can check the format of submitted csv files by importing them into OpenOffice or
     351  LibreOffice. Set the separator to comma and the quoting to double quotes.
     352* Check that each line splits into two columns.
     353* To check that the file is UTF-8 encoded, you can open it in to Notepad++ or gedit,
     354  or read it with Python codec.  In a Python shell:
     355  {{{
     356}}}
     357* If there are rows without a translation, ask the student what the problem was with those rows.
     358* 90% successful translations is acceptable.
     359* Try to find someone who speaks the language to do a spot-check on quality.
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    349361Tasks Completed: