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== Writing a press release ==
 
# Write a PR in English with HTML markup using framapad.org
 
# Write a PR in English with HTML markup using framapad.org
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# Spellcheck it and have a native speaker with PR background proof it
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== Translating a press release ==
 
# Slice it in small chunks and put it in a pot file.
 
# Slice it in small chunks and put it in a pot file.
 
# Put it up for translation on Launchpad
 
# Put it up for translation on Launchpad
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# Download the translated versions
 
# Download the translated versions
 
## You'll get po files, one for each language
 
## You'll get po files, one for each language
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# Spellcheck it and have a native speaker with PR background proof it
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== Publishing the press release ==
 
# Ask Stephane to publish the exported HTML text.
 
# Ask Stephane to publish the exported HTML text.
 
# Send PR contacts the PR
 
# Send PR contacts the PR
 
# Publish it on partner websites.
 
# Publish it on partner websites.

Revision as of 11:57, 16 February 2014

Writing a press release

  1. Write a PR in English with HTML markup using framapad.org
  2. Spellcheck it and have a native speaker with PR background proof it

Translating a press release

  1. Slice it in small chunks and put it in a pot file.
  2. Put it up for translation on Launchpad
    1. Upload the pot file as a template in the OpenFoodFact Launchpad project
    2. Send a mail to the Launchpad translators mailing list
  3. Download the translated versions
    1. You'll get po files, one for each language
  4. Spellcheck it and have a native speaker with PR background proof it

Publishing the press release

  1. Ask Stephane to publish the exported HTML text.
  2. Send PR contacts the PR
  3. Publish it on partner websites.