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  • Jiehan Zheng 3:47 pm on May 24, 2013 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Hello,

    I am handing over my job to Jimmy Xu (WP.org username: jimmyxu). I’ve already granted him Editor permission on cn.wordpress.org. Would you please grant him SVN permission to i18n repos? Thanks.

     
  • Jiehan Zheng 10:20 pm on December 6, 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    A number of users have complained about having trouble posting on our forum. Please investigate what happened–

    http://zh-cn.forums.wordpress.org/

    Nothing was posted since 5 months ago. I don’t seem to be able to access /bb-admin, either.

     
    • Samuel Wood (Otto) 12:29 am on December 8, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I see no problems with that forum. I logged in and posted without any trouble.

      http://zh-cn.forums.wordpress.org/topic/test-1?replies=1

    • Samuel Wood (Otto) 12:33 am on December 8, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      When you seem to be able to log in, but not to access the admin, then clear your wordpress.org cookies, then log in again using the form specifically on the support forums. You can also just log-off explicitly and back in again, if you don’t want to clear cookies. This usually works too.

      This happens when the cookies become unsynced, so you can have auth cookies, but not admin-auth cookies. Thus the site knows who you are, but won’t let you access admin because of the different sets of cookies. Clearing those and re-logging-in will fix that. This can happen on any of the forums, not just specific language ones.

  • Jiehan Zheng 9:49 am on June 14, 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Any ideas why Twenty Ten and Twenty Eleven are not updating when using the automatic update for upgrading to 3.4? Users are reporting that after they update the themes separately, they lose the translation files for their themes…

     
  • Jiehan Zheng 5:39 am on April 22, 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Earlier today, our user reported that MD5 hashes for .tar.gz packages are not generating properly.

    Please see this page: http://cn.wordpress.org/releases/

    Links like:

    are actually the download link to the .tar.gz packages.

    It would be nice if this could be fixed.

     
  • Andrew Nacin 9:12 pm on March 2, 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    nacin • ru.wordpress.org editor
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    Request for feedback from East Asian languages for WordPress 3.4 core modifications.

    In #8759, I’m looking for feedback for the editor word counts.

    In #16079, I’m looking for feedback for the length of auto-generated excerpts.

    If you could test the code and post in the relevant tickets, it would be much appreciated.

     
  • Jiehan Zheng 1:58 pm on December 29, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Hi there,

    User “xslidian”, our invited translator and validator reported recently that in translate.wordpress.org GlotPress site, he is unable to approve any strings of WordPress for Android project, as he can approve strings for WordPress core project.

    Screenshots he sent to me are attached below, which I think may be useful:

    I noticed that in the WordPress core project, the language indicated is “Chinese (China)” but in WordPress for Android project, the language is “Chinese”, which might be the key to this issue.

    Hope this can be fixed if possible.

     
  • Jiehan Zheng 3:06 pm on December 10, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Please do a thorough recount for our zh_CN forum:
    http://zh-cn.forums.wordpress.org/

    If higher permission can be granted, that would be awesome.

     
  • Jiehan Zheng 1:51 am on November 5, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Upon the suggestion, I’ve just re-written the three features (Chinese video embedding, Dashboard style modification, and Asian character count fix) in /wp-content/languages/zh_CN.php into three separate plugins. I want them to be enabled by default after installation. To make zh_CN.php more efficient, instead of checking plugin state each time zh_CN.php is required in wp-settings.php, I want to request for an action hook that will run after initial WordPress installation and each core update.

    That way I can hook to the “install finished” action and enable the l10n plugins. The reason why I want an “core updated” hook is that I want to make new l10n plugins we publish in the future be enabled automatically, as well. In zh_CN.php, I will of course use add_option() and get_option() to check if the plugins were disabled by the user manually before so it won’t be re-enabled automatically again.

    If there’s a better way or guideline for such situation, please let me know. Thank you.

     
    • Peter Westwood 9:11 am on November 5, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I’m not sure that the i18n builds should be bundling lots of extra plugins.

      The character count fix should be in the zn_CN.php file until it makes it into core (There is a trac ticket for it right?) as should the style modifications (I assume these are to pick a more appropriate font?)

      What is the video embedding change you are including?

      • Andrew Nacin 1:05 pm on November 5, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I agree with Peter. Ideally, the only files that are included in dist are po/mo, $locale.php, setup-config, and config-sample. Let’s work to keep them limited rather than adding more.

  • Jiehan Zheng 5:41 pm on October 15, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Hi there.

    The current JavaScript code for counting words in editor ignores Chinese characters, so I am working on a patch which I intend to ship with future cn.wordpress.org packages.

    It seems that the easiest fix is to enqueue a modified wp-admin/js/word-count.js. Is it okay to put a modified version under the corresponding SVN dist/ directory, and get the original word-count.js replaced, OR I have to put it under wp-content/languages/ and play around with the hook to make it be queued to load?

    Thank you.

     
    • 11:10 pm on October 16, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Conceptually, I’d argue that the first option (replacing the original word-count.js) is changing core code, and hence recommend against it. That said, it also depends on what you mean by “play around with the hook to make it be queued to load”. Completely personal and subjective opinion, of course, would love to hear more from the others.

      • jiehanzheng 11:43 pm on October 16, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Okay then the first option is out. The real issue is that the built-in word counting function is not working for Chinese characters. By “play around with the hook to make it be queued to load” I mean I intend to include a zh_CN-word-count.js or something else and add a few lines of code in zh_CN.php to make it be loaded and deregister the original word-count.js so that the original core code remains intact and we can make the word counting work when WPLANG is defined as zh_CN in wp-config.php.

    • Naoko 1:25 am on October 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Japanese package includes a fix for this as a plugin:
      http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-multibyte-patch/
      If you’re interested, I’d be happy to help the author translate the whole thing but here’s Google translated version of the description page:
      http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Feastcoder.com%2Fcode%2Fwp-multibyte-patch%2F

      • Nikolay Bachiyski 3:32 pm on October 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        @jiehanzheng, I would recommend you do what the Japanese guys did. It’s working great.

        • jiehanzheng 8:13 pm on October 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Cool. Thank you for your advice. So for the plugin solution, am i supposed to include a copy of the plugin under SVN dist/wp-content/plugins/? Who should be the plugin author, and may I have a WordPress.org account with the name wordpresschina?

          I will look into it, see how it works during the upcoming school long weekend and hopefully include the fix before our next release. I will post any updates here.

      • jiehanzheng 8:14 pm on October 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Thank you so much, Naoko. It’s a pretty nice idea because of the similarities of Japanese characters and Chinese characters. I will look into it.

        The Google Translate version is… to some extend, readable. So thank you for your offer and I will do the research.

  • Jiehan Zheng 11:31 am on June 28, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Could you please grant the WordPress.org user franklsf validator permission on Chinese (China) WordPress for iOS project? Thank you.

     
  • Jiehan Zheng 2:45 pm on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    Hello. I am encountering a problem that the “Untranslated” count on the language list for WordPress project doesn’t match the “Untranslated” filter on the translating screen.

    The situation is: there are untranslated strings, but I am unable to filter them out by using the filter; however, they are visible when I go through the “All” list manually. Hope this could be fixed by doing a re-count or so for us to help the translating process to be more efficient. Thank you!

     
    • 3:47 pm on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      It’s a GlotPress bug (caching), for now just wait it out, please. Thanks for the patience.

  • Dreamcolor 8:17 am on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    Dreamcolor • cn.wordpress.org validator
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    Hello Zé,

    Should I be a validator of bbPress? My native language is Chinese(China) aka Simplified Chinese.

    I’m maintainer of BuddyPress Simplified Chinese Site. cn.buddypress.org

    I Already 100% finish the translations of bbPress Plugin. And I post most likely post like this one before, but no response. So I post it again, Sorry.

    And I know there already have one validator for bbPress. Maybe you could communicate with him? I’ve done that.

    My WordPress.org ID is: dreamcolor
    Language locale: zh_CN

    Thank you so much.

     
    • 1:10 pm on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I think that’s ok, but I’d like @jiehanzheng‘s comment on this

      • jiehanzheng 3:09 pm on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Thanks for asking. Actually I wonder if the maintainer of the cn.wordpress.org like me ought to have the privilege to oversee the translating work of other non-WordPress projects like bbPress. If so, I’d like to give him some suggestions:

        When I go through strings you have mistakenly imported to the WordPress (core) project, I saw our expression is not so identical — so I hope you could use the cn.wordpress.org translation on one of your WordPress installs to get familiar with them, or at least take a look at my translation before you translate, and try to make terms in your bbPress translation identical with the WordPress core translations. (If you think that the core translations are irrational, or in some ways incorrect, please feel free to make a suggestion to the core project directly in GlotPress, or fill in the contact form to discuss with me.)

        If he/she is okay with this, I am happy to invite him to join translating.

        By the way, most of the translating work of “WordPress for Android” was done by the WordPress.org user xslidian. I am glad to see his high quality work and hope he can be granted the validator permission of WordPress for Android if possible.

        • Dreamcolor 3:52 pm on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          OK. I can try to identical the translations. Make sentences smooth and make wording wise was my first target. Base on this, I can try to do the maximum team of the translations.

          BTW: I almost finish the Jetpack translations. Should I request to become the validator of JetPack project?

      • Dreamcolor 1:14 pm on June 19, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        So… Should I? Could you give me a response, please? Thank you very much.

  • Jiehan Zheng 1:19 pm on June 14, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    This post concerns a serious problem with the iOS app to Chinese users.

    Our users report that after their upgrading to version 2.8.1, they are no longer able to type Chinese on the composer screen. I tried and now I can prove this problem really exists.

    Most Simplified Chinese users depend on the iOS build-in Pinyin IME to type Chinese on the Qwerty keyboard; and a combination of several letters denote several possible Chinese character / word matches, and users choose from several candidates offered by the IME. (See this screenshot to see how it is expected to work, as in most apps.)

    But in the WordPress for iOS app, the candidates cannot be shown. Therefore users became unable to type.

    I hope this problem could be investigated and solved as soon as possible. And I really appreciate your hard work. I don’t know if this problem affects other languages.

     
    • Dan 1:52 pm on June 14, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Hello,
      There was a bug in the 2.8.1 release that caused the post editor to work strangely. 2.8.2 was just approved by apple today and it fixes the issue. I assume it will fix the issue you were having with Chinese characters, but let us know if it’s still a problem.

      • jiehanzheng 1:56 pm on June 14, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Okay. I will keep checking for available updates on my iPhone and collect reports from Chinese users. I will let you know if this persists.

        Thank you!

  • Jiehan Zheng 12:00 pm on June 8, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    jiehanzheng • cn.wordpress.org editor
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    This post concerns the Chinese Credits page. Hope @nacin and @vanillalounge or anyone else this may concern could take a look.

    First I am happy to see that the Chinese separator (“、”) is in place on the contributor’s list, but there’s an imperfection that in Chinese we use “。” rather than “.” to indicate the ending of a sentence. So I have one suggestion: to substitue “.” with “。”, or you can just remove the ending period.

    I just discovered that this is managed by the po translation files. So no need to fix on the API side. Sorry for this. Please see my next issue:

    Another thing I want to report is that the current translator list is inaccurate for Chinese. I don’t know how about other languages, but for Chinese it is not. None of the current 4 “validators” indicated on the Credits page is a currently active validator. It should have jiehanzheng (me) for WordPress, and musiclog for bbPress Plugin. kingler and Paveo also worked on WordPress, but they no longer do. Please help remove those who are inactive if possible.

    Thank you.

     
  • Dreamcolor 2:11 pm on May 27, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    Dreamcolor • cn.wordpress.org validator
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    Should I be a validator of bbPress? My native language is Chinese(China) aka Simplified Chinese.

    I’m maintainer of BuddyPress Simplified Chinese Site. cn.buddypress.org

    I Already 100% finish the translations of bbPress Standalone (for a long time,can found in bbpress.org) and bbPress Plugin.

    My WordPress.org ID is: dreamcolor
    Language locale: zh_CN

    Thank you so much.

     
    • ipapu 6:16 pm on May 27, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @Dreamcolor I’m so happy that you finally come! I have used your bbpress translation before and I appreciate your work so much.

      Although I requested to open the Chinese bbPress translation project, there is no doubt that you can do this much better than me because of your abundant professional experience. :)

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