Unverified Commit 136ff6cc authored by Isis Lovecruft's avatar Isis Lovecruft
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Update translation template file.

parent 65535969
......@@ -6,12 +6,12 @@
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: bridgedb 0.2.1-81-gabf170b-dirty\n"
"Project-Id-Version: bridgedb 0.2.1-101-g6553596-dirty\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: "
"'https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/newticket?component=BridgeDB&keywords"
"=bridgedb-reported,msgid&cc=isis,sysrqb&owner=isis'\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2014-06-06 17:46+0000\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2014-06-06 17:48+0000\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2014-06-06 21:46+0000\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2014-06-06 21:46+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: Isis Lovecruft <isis@torproject.org>\n"
"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
......@@ -27,11 +27,10 @@ msgstr ""
#. "obfs2"
#. "obfs3"
#. "scramblesuit"
#. "fte"
#. "fteproxy"
#. "Tor"
#. "Tor Browser"
#. "TBB"
#: lib/bridgedb/HTTPServer.py:124
#: lib/bridgedb/HTTPServer.py:121
msgid "Sorry! Something went wrong with your request."
msgstr ""
......@@ -55,39 +54,44 @@ msgstr ""
msgid "COMMANDs: (combine COMMANDs to specify multiple options simultaneously)"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:27
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate the word "BridgeDB".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:28
msgid "Welcome to BridgeDB!"
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate the words "transport" or "TYPE".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:29
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:30
msgid "Currently supported transport TYPEs:"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:30
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:31
#, python-format
msgid "Hey, %s!"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:31
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:32
msgid "Hello, friend!"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:32 lib/bridgedb/templates/base.html:100
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:33 lib/bridgedb/templates/base.html:100
msgid "Public Keys"
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: This string will end up saying something like:
#. "This email was generated with rainbows, unicorns, and sparkles
#. for alice@example.com on Friday, 09 May, 2014 at 18:59:39."
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:36
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:37
#, python-format
msgid ""
"This email was generated with rainbows, unicorns, and sparkles\n"
"for %s on %s at %s."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:42
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "BridgeDB".
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Pluggable Transports".
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor".
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor Network".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:47
#, python-format
msgid ""
"BridgeDB can provide bridges with several %stypes of Pluggable Transports%s,\n"
......@@ -98,18 +102,20 @@ msgid ""
"\n"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:48
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Pluggable Transports".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:54
msgid ""
"Some bridges with IPv6 addresses are also available, though some Pluggable\n"
"Transports aren't IPv6 compatible.\n"
"\n"
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: The phrase "plain-ol'-vanilla" means "plain, boring, regular,
#. or unexciting". Like vanilla ice cream. It refers to bridges which do not
#. have Pluggable Transports, and only speak the regular, boring Tor
#. protocol. Translate it as you see fit. Have fun with it.
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:56
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "BridgeDB".
#. TRANSLATORS: The phrase "plain-ol'-vanilla" means "plain, boring,
#. regular, or unexciting". Like vanilla ice cream. It refers to bridges
#. which do not have Pluggable Transports, and only speak the regular,
#. boring Tor protocol. Translate it as you see fit. Have fun with it.
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:63
#, python-format
msgid ""
"Additionally, BridgeDB has plenty of plain-ol'-vanilla bridges %s without any"
......@@ -120,20 +126,20 @@ msgid ""
"\n"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:69
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:76
msgid "What are bridges?"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:70
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:77
#, python-format
msgid "%s Bridges %s are Tor relays that help you circumvent censorship."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:75
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:82
msgid "I need an alternative way of getting bridges!"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:76
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:83
#, python-format
msgid ""
"Another way to get bridges is to send an email to %s. Please note that you "
......@@ -142,77 +148,85 @@ msgid ""
"%s or %s."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:83
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:90
msgid "My bridges don't work! I need help!"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:84
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:92
#, python-format
msgid "If your Tor doesn't work, you should email %s."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:85
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Pluggable Transports".
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor Browser".
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:96
msgid ""
"Try including as much info about your case as you can, including the list of\n"
"bridges and Pluggable Transports you tried to use, your Tor Browser version,\n"
"and any messages which Tor gave out, etc."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:92
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:103
msgid "Here are your bridge lines:"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:93
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:104
msgid "Get Bridges!"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:97
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:108
msgid "Please select options for bridge type:"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:98
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:109
msgid "Do you need IPv6 addresses?"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:99
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:110
#, python-format
msgid "Do you need a %s?"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:103
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:114
msgid "Your browser is not displaying images properly."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:104
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:115
msgid "Enter the characters from the image above..."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:108
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:119
msgid "How to start using your bridges"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:109
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor Browser".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:121
#, python-format
msgid ""
"To enter bridges into Tor Browser, follow the instructions on the %s Tor\n"
"Browser download page %s to start Tor Browser."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:112
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:125
msgid ""
"When the 'Tor Network Settings' dialogue pops up, click 'Configure' and "
"follow\n"
"the wizard until it asks:"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:115
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:129
msgid ""
"Does your Internet Service Provider (ISP) block or otherwise censor "
"connections\n"
"to the Tor network?"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:118
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "Tor".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:133
msgid ""
"Select 'Yes' and then click 'Next'. To configure your new bridges, copy and\n"
"paste the bridge lines into the text input box. Finally, click 'Connect', and"
......@@ -221,27 +235,29 @@ msgid ""
"button in the 'Tor Network Settings' wizard for further assistance."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:126
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:141
msgid "Displays this message."
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Please try to make it clear that "vanilla" here refers to the
#. same non-Pluggable Transport bridges described above as being
#. "plain-ol'-vanilla" bridges.
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:130
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:145
msgid "Request vanilla bridges."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:131
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:146
msgid "Request IPv6 bridges."
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate the word the word "TYPE".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:133
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:148
msgid "Request a Pluggable Transport by TYPE."
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:134
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "BridgeDB".
#. TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate "GnuPG".
#: lib/bridgedb/strings.py:151
msgid "Get a copy of BridgeDB's public GnuPG key."
msgstr ""
......@@ -312,28 +328,27 @@ msgstr ""
#. beginning of words are present in your final translation. Thanks!
#. (These are used to insert HTML5 underlining tags, to mark accesskeys
#. for disabled users.)
#. TRANSLATORS: Please do NOT translate the word "bridges"!
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:39
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:38
#, python-format
msgid "%sJ%sust give me bridges!"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:53
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:52
msgid "Advanced Options"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:89
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:88
msgid "No"
msgstr ""
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:90
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:89
msgid "none"
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Please make sure the '%s' surrounding single letters at the
#. beginning of words are present in your final translation. Thanks!
#. TRANSLATORS: Translate "Yes!" as in "Yes! I do need IPv6 addresses."
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:131
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:130
#, python-format
msgid "%sY%ses!"
msgstr ""
......@@ -341,7 +356,7 @@ msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Please make sure the '%s' surrounding single letters at the
#. beginning of words are present in your final translation. Thanks!
#. TRANSLATORS: Please do NOT translate the word "bridge"!
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:155
#: lib/bridgedb/templates/options.html:154
#, python-format
msgid "%sG%set Bridges"
msgstr ""
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