[Mailman-Users] Messages and web pages translation; Remotely creating Lists

Jon Carnes jonc at haht.com
Mon Jan 28 21:55:31 CET 2002

Messages and web pages translation; Remotely creating ListsUse the Source!

Mailman is opensource.  You may have installed it via an RPM, but you can
just as easily install it via it's source files.  In particular, you can
grep for whatever text you like and change it in the Source.  These issues,
and many others are covered in the "international" mailman list.  You might
find more help if you post there.  I suspect you will also find someone with
the Source already converted...

Jon Carnes
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Lafleur Maurice
  To: mailman-users at python.org
  Sent: Monday, January 28, 2002 12:43 PM
  Subject: [Mailman-Users] Messages and web pages translation; Remotely
creating Lists


  I finally get every thing under control and I am getting ready to deploy
MM for many mailing lists. One of them is for a French language college and
they need their interface for users (and eventually for administrator too)
to be translated to French.

  I was able to translate some of it by modifying the HTML using the admin
page , but some of it comes from elsewhere. My question is where? Where in
the code can I modify, for example button faces, so they show their purpose
in another language. Some messages are canned too and I would like to modify
them. Is there a central point where all messages and button faces are kept?

  Secondly, I was asked if lists could be created remotely through the web
instead of using a login to the server?

  Thank you

  Maurice G. Lafleur  +------------------------------------------------+
  Teacher             + Voice: +1(819).778.2270 X1412                  +
  Heritage College    + Fax:   +1(819).776.7364                        +
  325 Cite des Jeunes + mailto: mlafleur at cegep-heritage.qc.ca          +
  Hull. Qc.           +------------------------------------------------+
  J8Y 6T3

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