Il 13/02/18 11.55, email@example.com ha scritto:
> Could you please add Chuvash (ISO-639-1: cv, ISO-639-3: chv) to the list of languages that can be localised into.
First of all thanks for your interest in contributing to Mozilla, and
for taking the time to answer those questions :)
I think we should use 'cv' since the ISO-639-1 is available for this
language, and historically we've been using it whenever available.
> 1) I'm primarily intending to localise CommonVoice, but I anticipate that there will also be interest in Firefox.
Should we wait for Common Voice to become available, or should be enable
Firefox right away? There's an open bug for Common Voice, hopefully
we're not too far from enabling it in Pontoon. Both work for me.
Once the locale is enabled on Pontoon, I'll set you as a locale manager
> 2) cv or chv depending on what system you use. The country code will be RU
> 3) There is one plural form in Chuvash but it isn't used in numeral modification, in this way it is like Turkish.
> - 0 чул
> - 1 чул
> - 2 чул
> - 3 чул
> - 4 чул
> - 5 чул
> but note that if you say "the rocks are here": "чулсем кунта." [rock.PL here]
We recently switched all Turkic locales (az, tr, crh) to a rule with 2
forms, like English, to cover exactly the case you described.
I think we should do that for this language as well, since the root is
the same. Would that work for you?
> 4) I am intending to localise in collaboration with some professional translators and I am primarily interested in working on CommonVoice. I realise it isn't in Pontoon yet, but it will be soon and I want to hit the ground running.