Commit c415dcd1 authored by AlmAck's avatar AlmAck
Browse files

updated main .pot file, new strings

parent bf9a4877
......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-05-31 13:27+0200\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-09-05 23:37+0200\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <>\n"
......@@ -17,122 +17,120 @@ msgstr ""
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=CHARSET\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
#: contents/ui/main.qml:64
#: contents/ui/main.qml:63
msgid ""
"Thanks for trying out our latest ISO. Hopefully you will take the time to "
"read this quick overview of what Chakra is, what it is trying to achieve, "
"what it is not, and what is not done yet."
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:94
#: contents/ui/main.qml:93
msgid "Welcome"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:95
#: contents/ui/main.qml:94
msgid "News"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:123
#: contents/ui/main.qml:131
msgid "Install Chakra"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:132
#: contents/ui/main.qml:142
msgid "Website"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:141
#: contents/ui/main.qml:150
msgid "Donate"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:150
#: contents/ui/main.qml:158
msgid "Beginners Guide"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:159
#: contents/ui/main.qml:166
msgid "Passwords"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/main.qml:168
#: contents/ui/main.qml:174
msgid "Installed Packages"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoPage.qml:30
#: contents/ui/InfoPage.qml:29
msgid "Back"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:12
msgid "Chakra and Repositories"
msgid "The Chakra Project"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:13
msgid ""
"The Chakra Project split from Arch in the spring of 2010. It is no longer "
"based on Arch, but a fork, with its own repositories, toolchain, and update "
"schedule. <b>Mixing of repos is not possible.</b>"
"The Chakra Project is a community of KDE/Qt enthusiasts dedicated to "
"providing a desktop-oriented operating system that is useful and enjoyable "
"to everyone.<br><br>Chakra is a completely community driven distribution, "
"where everyone is welcome to join and contribute. Everybody in our team will "
"be happy to mentor you on your first steps, so don't hesitate to contact us! "
"We strive to keep it easy to get involved by offering updated documentation "
"on our tools and procedures and providing guidance to those interested in "
"contributing. "
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:17
msgid "The Chakra Project"
msgid "The Chakra Experience"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:18
msgid ""
"The Chakra Project is dedicated to providing a pure KDE/Qt desktop operating "
"system that is simple and transparent. The LiveImage is an important tool "
"and key to the user's first impression, while the half-rolling release model "
"ensures cutting edge features with solid system stability and long life."
"<br><br> Simplicity is great for users new to Linux, but simple doesn't mean "
"that you won't have to learn anything. Getting the most from Chakra requires "
"a certain level of competency, and is more focused toward KISS-minded users "
"who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty. However, if you are willing to "
"learn and put in a little effort, Chakra is an excellent distribution to "
"start with. It requires a minimum of distro-specific knowledge, and its "
"initial install is rock-solid and easy to manipulate.<br> There is also a "
"wonderful Beginner's Guide available on the wiki, helping to guide you "
"through the process of learning to use Chakra, KDE, and thus Linux, from the "
"very beginning."
"To trully appreciate the virtues of Chakra we urge you to use it for a "
"while, as it offers much more than what can be included in a live image."
"There are several reasons that make Chakra stand appart as a distribution, "
"the most notable ones being its focus on KDE/Qt software, the unique semi-"
"rolling release model and our friendly community.<br><br>Chakra is a KDE "
"centric distribution. We provide Plasma as the only available desktop "
"environment, matched with a variety of KDE and Qt applications in our "
"repositories. Our packages are stripped from their Gtk+ dependencies, but we "
"offer the most popular Gtk+ based applications to our users.<br>The semi-"
"rolling release model allows us to provide a distribution that is stable at "
"its core components, yet provides all the latest application and security "
"updates to the user. This enables Chakra to be used in a range of "
"environments, such as personal desktop systems, computer labs of schools as "
"well as offices and small businesses."
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:22
msgid "What needs work"
msgid "Chakra and Arch"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:23
msgid ""
"Octopi is used as a GUI frontend for pacman in Chakra, but we plan to "
"replace pacman in the near future with akabei, a new package manager "
"optimized for GUI usage.<br><br> Tribe, the installer, is not finished yet- "
"you'll see the warning about it when starting the install. To make it work "
"correctly, it has been simplified, meaning not all features you'd expect "
"from a modern installer are implemented. When keeping the install within "
"Tribe's limitations, it works very well. Work continues to get Tribe to be "
"a full featured, complete installer as soon as possible."
"Chakra relies heavily on ArchLinux technologies but it is no longer "
"compatible with the Arch repositories and packages. Chakra has its own "
"repositories, buildsystem, toolchain and update schedule. Mixing "
"repositories and installing binary packages from Arch is not recommended."
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:27
msgid "Chakra and KDE"
msgid "Chakra and Security"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:28
msgid ""
"This is a complete KDE centric distro. The focus is on showing the full "
"power of KDE/Qt, and when a reasonable choice is available, open source "
"options. To that end you won't find packages that depend on the gtk+ toolkit "
"on the ISO. You can however install popular gtk-dependent applications by "
"enabling the extra repository"
"The Chakra Project install comes with ufw, which can be configured through "
"system settings. The kernel is built with several MAC hardening options, "
"including Tomoyo and AppArmor, and the 'tomoyo-tools' package is included to "
"let the user configure this system. A third tool to handle security is Clam "
"AntiVirus, which handles detection and removal of malware.<br>You can find "
"more documentation on how to apply any of these tools on our wiki."
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:32
msgid "Chakra and Security"
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:31
msgid "Work In Progress"
msgstr ""
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:33
#: contents/ui/InfoModel.qml:32
msgid ""
"The Chakra Project install comes with the firewall application Kufw, but the "
"configuration of this program is up to the user. The kernel is built with "
"several MAC hardening options, including Tomoyo and AppArmor, and the "
"'tomoyo-tools' package is included to let the user configure this system. A "
"third tool to handle security included is Clam AntiVirus, which handles "
"detection and removal of malware. You can find more documentation on how to "
"apply any of these tools on our wiki."
"Octopi is currently used as a GUI frontend for pacman in Chakra, but we plan "
"to replace pacman in the near future with akabei, a new package manager "
"developed by Chakra which will be optimized for GUI usage."
msgstr ""
Markdown is supported
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment