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14/10/2007 - 15:30 von Sven Joachim | Report spam

Hallo,

ich habe noch ein paar Kleinigkeiten geàndert und bitte weiter um
Vorschlàge, ob und wie »Web Browsing« zu übersetzen ist. Nachdem die
deutsche Wikipedia den Begriff »Browsing« bereits kennt und »Tabbed
Browsing« anscheinend auch nirgendwo übersetzt wird, neige ich dazu,
es so stehen zu lassen (bis auf den Bindestrich im Deutschen).



# Menu section translation
# Copyright (C) 2003
# This file is distributed under the same license as the menu package.
# Bill Allombert <ballombe@debian.org>, 2003.
# German translation:
# Sebastian Rittau <srittau@debian.org>, 2003, 2004.
# Sven Joachim <svenjoac@gmx.de>, 2007.
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: menu-section 2.1.36"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2007-07-04 15:27+0100"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2007-10-11 18:59+0200"
"Last-Translator: Sven Joachim <svenjoac@gmx.de>"
"Language-Team: German <debian-l10n-german@lists.debian.org>"
"MIME-Version: 1.0"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit"

#. First level entry
#. Policy definition: Normal applications. This is a top-level
#. Examples: section, do not put entries here.
msgid "Applications"
msgstr "Anwendungen"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Tools to aid people with disabilities or
#. for machines lacking usual input devices.
#. Examples: gok, yasr, dasher
msgid "Accessibility"
msgstr "Barrierefreiheit"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Anything relating to HAM radio.
#. Examples: baken, hamsoft, twlog
msgid "Amateur Radio"
msgstr "Amateurfunk"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Interactive database programs, collection
#. managers, address books, bibliography tools, etc.
#. Examples: gaby, alexandria, mdbtools
msgid "Data Management"
msgstr "Datenverwaltung"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Editors, other than office word processors,
#. for text-based information.
#. Examples: ksubtile, nano, hexedit
msgid "Editors"
msgstr "Editoren"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Educational and training software.
#. Examples: gtypist, gcompris, quiz
msgid "Education"
msgstr "Bildung"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Software that allows you to run non-native
#. software or more than one OS at a time.
#. Examples: wine, dosemu, qemu
msgid "Emulators"
msgstr "Emulatoren"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Tools for file management, archiving,
#. searching, CD/DVD burning, backup, etc.
#. Examples: file-roller, mc, baobab
msgid "File Management"
msgstr "Dateiverwaltung"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: 2D and 3D graphics manipulation software.
#. Examples: gimp, inkscape, imagemagick
msgid "Graphics"
msgstr "Grafik"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Software that allows you to interface
#. with mobile devices (phones, PDAs, etc.).
#. Examples: kandy, gnokii, gnome-pilot
msgid "Mobile Devices"
msgstr "Mobile Gerà¤te"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Network related software. This is a three-level
#. Examples: section, do not put entries directly here.
msgid "Network"
msgstr "Netzwerk"

#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: Mail, USENET news, chat, instant messaging,
#. IP telephony, video conferencing software, etc.
#. Examples: xchat, gaim, mutt
msgid "Communication"
msgstr "Kommunikation"

#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: File transfer software such as download
#. managers, FTP clients, P2P clients, etc.
#. Examples: amule, gftp, d4x
msgid "File Transfer"
msgstr "Dateitransfer"

#. #-#-#-#-# - (menu-section 2.1.9-3) #-#-#-#-#
#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: Network monitoring software.
#. Examples: gip, ettercap, iptstate
#. #-#-#-#-# - (menu-section 2.1.9-3) #-#-#-#-#
#. Third level entry under System
#. Policy definition: System information and monitoring tools, log viewers, etc.
#. Examples: top, hal-device-manager, gtkdiskfree
msgid "Monitoring"
msgstr "àœberwachung"

#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: Web browsers, tools for offline browsing, etc.
#. Examples: elinks, epiphany-browser, webhttrack
msgid "Web Browsing"
msgstr "Web-Browsing"

#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: Web feed (RSS, Atom, etc.)
#. and podcast aggregators.
#. Examples: akregator, kitty, liferea
msgid "Web News"
msgstr "Web-News"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Office suites, word processors, spreadsheets,
#. CRM, ERP, financial sofware, etc.
#. Examples: openoffice.org, tinyerp-client, gnucash
msgid "Office"
msgstr "Bà¼ro"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: IDEs, debuggers, etc.
#. Examples: anjuta, gdb, eclipse
msgid "Programming"
msgstr "Programmierung"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Timetable managers, group task trackers,
#. bug tracking software, etc.
#. Examples: planner, bugzilla, gnotime
msgid "Project Management"
msgstr "Projektverwaltung"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Scientific and engineering-related software. This is
#. Examples: a three-level section, do not put entries directly here.
msgid "Science"
msgstr "Wissenschaft"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Astronomy-related software.
#. Examples: celestia, spacechart, stellarium
msgid "Astronomy"
msgstr "Astronomie"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Biology-related software.
#. Examples: arb, ncbi-tools-x11, seaview
msgid "Biology"
msgstr "Biologie"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Chemistry-related software.
#. Examples: chemtool, kalzium, xdrawchem
msgid "Chemistry"
msgstr "Chemie"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Software designed for processing, extracting,
#. and presenting generic scientific data.
#. Examples: fityk, ygraph, mn-fit
msgid "Data Analysis"
msgstr "Datenanalyse"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Circuit design tools, simulators and
#. assemblers for microprocessors, etc.
#. Examples: geda, gnucap, tkgate
msgid "Electronics"
msgstr "Elektronik"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: CAD, UML tools, diagram-drawing and
#. other engineering-related software.
#. Examples: tcm, dia, qcad
msgid "Engineering"
msgstr "Konstruktion"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Geoscience-related software.
#. Examples: earth3d, qgis, therion
msgid "Geoscience"
msgstr "Geowissenschaften"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Mathematics-related software.
#. Examples: gcalctool, snappea, xeukleides
msgid "Mathematics"
msgstr "Mathematik"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Medicine-related software.
#. Examples: mssstest, gnumed-client, xmedcon
msgid "Medicine"
msgstr "Medizin"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Physics-related software.
#. Examples: kxterm, ifrit, paw
msgid "Physics"
msgstr "Physik"

#. Third level entry under Science
#. Policy definition: Social sciences-related software.
#. Examples: gnomesword, hanzim, bibletime
msgid "Social"
msgstr "Sozialwissenschaften"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Various shells to be used inside a terminal emulator.
#. Examples: bash, ksh, zsh
msgid "Shells"
msgstr "Shells"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Sound players, editors, and rippers/recorders.
#. Examples: beep-media-player, grip, audacity
msgid "Sound"
msgstr "Audio"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: System related software. This is a three-level
#. Examples: section, do not put entries directly here.
msgid "System"
msgstr "System"

#. Third level entry under System
#. Policy definition: Administrative and system configuration utilities,
#. also tools for personal user settings.
#. Examples: gnome-control-center, configure-debian, gksu
msgid "Administration"
msgstr "Administration"

#. Third level entry under System
#. Policy definition: Tools for manipulating specific hardware,
#. especially non-standard laptop hardware.
#. Examples: toshutils, nvclock-gtk, nvtv
msgid "Hardware"
msgstr "Hardware"

#. Third level entry under System
#. Policy definition: This section is reserved for language-env as a special
#. case.
msgid "Language Environment"
msgstr "Sprachumgebung"

#. Third level entry under System
#. Policy definition: Package managers and related tools.
#. Examples: aptitude, deborphan, smartpm
msgid "Package Management"
msgstr "Paketverwaltung"

#. Third level entry under System
#. Policy definition: Security, cryptography and privacy related software,
#. antiviruses, tools to track and report bugs, etc.
#. Examples: gpgkeys, bastille, avscan
msgid "Security"
msgstr "Sicherheit"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Graphical terminal emulators.
#. Examples: xterm, gnome-terminal, rxvt
msgid "Terminal Emulators"
msgstr "Terminalemulatoren"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Text oriented tools like dictionaries, OCR,
#. translation, text analysis software, etc.
#. Examples: kdrill, stardict, turkey
msgid "Text"
msgstr "Text"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: TV-in, TV-out, FM radio, teletext browsers, etc.
#. Examples: gradio, gatos, alevt
msgid "TV and Radio"
msgstr "Fernsehen und Radio"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Software for viewing images, documents
#. and other (non-video) media.
#. Examples: gqview, evince, gthumb
msgid "Viewers"
msgstr "Betrachter"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Video players, editors, and rippers/recorders.
#. Examples: istanbul, totem, kino
msgid "Video"
msgstr "Video"

#. Second level entry under Applications
#. Policy definition: Software for web site editing, web
#. programming, and site administration.
#. Examples: bluefish, screem, gphpedit
msgid "Web Development"
msgstr "Web-Entwicklung"

#. First level entry
#. Policy definition: Games and recreation. This is a top-level
#. Examples: section, do not put entries here.
msgid "Games"
msgstr "Spiele"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Games that involve a lot of action
#. and require fast reflexes.
#. Examples: xsoldier, supertux, xmoto
msgid "Action"
msgstr "Action"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Role playing and adventure games,
#. interactive movies and stories, etc.
#. Examples: beneath-a-steel-sky, egoboo, kq
msgid "Adventure"
msgstr "Abenteuer"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Tetris-like games involving falling blocks.
#. Examples: crack-attack, frozen-bubble, netris
msgid "Blocks"
msgstr "Tetris-artig"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Games played on a board.
#. Examples: phalanx, xshogi, xboard
msgid "Board"
msgstr "Brettspiele"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Games involving a deck of cards.
#. Examples: pysol, ace-of-penguins, xpat2
msgid "Card"
msgstr "Kartenspiele"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Tests of ingenuity and logic.
#. Examples: xmpuzzles, sgt-puzzles, enigma
msgid "Puzzles"
msgstr "Rà¤tsel"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Simulations of the real world
#. in all detail and complexity.
#. Examples: flightgear, torcs
msgid "Simulation"
msgstr "Simulationen"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Games involving long-term strategic thinking.
#. Examples: wesnoth, widelands, netpanzer
msgid "Strategy"
msgstr "Strategie"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Server browsers, configurators, editors, and other
#. game-related tools that are not games themselves.
#. Examples: xqf, crystalspace
msgid "Tools"
msgstr "Werkzeuge"

#. Second level entry under Games
#. Policy definition: Amusements, eye-candy, entertaining
#. demos, screen hacks (screensavers), etc.
#. Examples: xdesktopwaves, xphoon, xpenguins
msgid "Toys"
msgstr "Spielzeuge"

#. First level entry
#. Policy definition: Programs that provide user documentation. Can (and
#. should) also contain entries for important documents.
#. Examples: debian-reference, apt-howto, dhelp
msgid "Help"
msgstr "Hilfe"

#. First level entry
#. Policy definition: Programs that affect the whole screen. This
#. Examples: is a top-level section, do not put entries here.
msgid "Screen"
msgstr "Bildschirm"

#. Second level entry under Screen
#. Policy definition: Tools for blanking the screen. Entries of screen hacks and
#. configuration GUIs should go to other appropriate sections.
#. Examples: xscreensaver, xlockmore
msgid "Saving"
msgstr "Schonen"

#. Second level entry under Screen
#. Policy definition: Tools for locking the screen.
#. Examples: xscreensaver, xlockmore
msgid "Locking"
msgstr "Sperren"

#. First level entry
#. Policy definition: X window managers.
#. Examples: fluxbox, metacity, waimea
msgid "Window Managers"
msgstr "Fenstermanager"

#. First level entry
#. Policy definition: FVWM-based window manager modules.
#. Examples: fvwm, fvwm-gnome, fvwm95
msgid "FVWM Modules"
msgstr "FVWM-Module"

#. First level entry
#. Policy definition: This section is reserved for wmaker as a special
#. case.
msgid "Window Maker"
msgstr "Window Maker"

#. Non official sections from WindowMaker
msgid "Appearance"
msgstr "Erscheinungsbild"

#. Non official sections from WindowMaker
msgid "WorkSpace"
msgstr "Arbeitsflà¤che"

#. Frequently used unofficial sections.
#. From Apps/Net/Iceape Components
msgid "Iceape Components"
msgstr "Iceape-Komponenten"

#. From Games/Toys/Teddies
#. as in "Teddy Bear"
msgid "Teddies"
msgstr "Teddys"



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#1 Helge Kreutzmann
14/10/2007 - 15:40 | Warnen spam
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Hallo Sven,
On Sun, Oct 14, 2007 at 03:27:52PM +0200, Sven Joachim wrote:
ich habe noch ein paar Kleinigkeiten geàndert und bitte weiter um
Vorschlàge, ob und wie »Web Browsing« zu übersetzen ist. Nachdem die
deutsche Wikipedia den Begriff »Browsing« bereits kennt und »Tabbed
Browsing« anscheinend auch nirgendwo übersetzt wird, neige ich dazu,
es so stehen zu lassen (bis auf den Bindestrich im Deutschen).



Tabs heißen auf Deutsch »Reiter«. Aber wie ich das mit Browsing
verbinden soll, ist mir schleierhaft.

#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: File transfer software such as download
#. managers, FTP clients, P2P clients, etc.
#. Examples: amule, gftp, d4x
msgid "File Transfer"
msgstr "Dateitransfer"



Ev. »Dateiübertragung«??

#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: Web browsers, tools for offline browsing, etc.
#. Examples: elinks, epiphany-browser, webhttrack
msgid "Web Browsing"
msgstr "Web-Browsing"



Ev. »Zugriff« oder »Surfen«??

#. Third level entry under Network
#. Policy definition: Web feed (RSS, Atom, etc.)
#. and podcast aggregators.
#. Examples: akregator, kitty, liferea
msgid "Web News"
msgstr "Web-News"



Hier würde ich definitiv »Nachrichten« nehmen.

Rest sieht ok aus. (Die »Tabs« habe ich nicht gesehen).

Viele Grüße

Helge
Dr. Helge Kreutzmann
Dipl.-Phys. http://www.helgefjell.de/debian.php
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