New mailing list for Russian Translation discussions

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Nov 13 21:36:03 EST 2014

You should look to the translation project if you want a list purely for
translation purposes.

If you want a Russian Language gnucash-user equivalent then we can work
with you to set one up, as John suggested.


Dmitry Pavlov <zeldigas at> writes:

> Seems reasonable. I'm not sure that there are a lot of users from Russia,
> at least who wish to communicate via mailing lists :)
> Ok, then I'm going to create mailing list at googlegroups and update wiki
> page and ru.po file with it's address.
> 2014-11-13 18:41 GMT+03:00 John Ralls <jralls at>:
>> > On Nov 13, 2014, at 4:27 AM, Dmitry Pavlov <zeldigas at> wrote:
>> >
>> > Hi!
>> >
>> > Is it possible to create a new mailing list for discussing translations
>> to
>> > russian?
>> >
>> > The reason to do it: developer list is mostly related to code things and
>> > currently there is no active list for translation discussions.
>> >
>> > As I don't participate in development it would be great to have specific
>> > channel for translation related questions, and discussions.
>> >
>> > Current contact information about Translation group in ru.po file is
>> > obsolete, mail is dead and as the last translator I propose to create new
>> > list.
>> >
>> > This page <> says there are
>> already
>> > a number of regional mailing list already like de, pt etc.
>> >
>> > If it'll take a lot of time, then I can create list at googlegroups with
>> > updating Translation group information in po file.
>> The Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Portuguese mailing lists are the
>> equivalent in those languages of gnucash-user. If you think that there's
>> enough interest in GnuCash in Russia to make such a list worthwhile and
>> you're willing to moderate it and provide support to those users that way,
>> great.
>> Those lists are mentioned on the translation page because they're a ready
>> source of native speakers of those languages who are also familiar with
>> GnuCash who can help with interpretation and proof reading. Translation
>> isn't their main focus. I suspect that a list devoted only to translation
>> of a single language would be pretty lonely.
>> Regards,
>> John Ralls

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