Re: Requesting some room to install pootle.debian.org
On 8/23/05, Martin Quinson <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 23, 2005 at 05:00:29PM +0300, Eddy Petrisor wrote:
> > On 8/23/05, Denis Lackovic <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > > I would like to inform you all that there is also another great l10n
> > > > framework. It is used by the Croats and developed by Denis (in CC). He
> > > > said that he hopes to have it available in a public CVS tree in about
> > > > 2 weeks.
> Ok, right. I guess I should have waited more than 4 days in august between
> asking on debian-i18n and asking on debian-admin. So, please admins forgive
> me and forget about this for now. We'll sort it out on -i18n, and come back
> > > > I think Denis would be the best to explain/list all the features of
> > > > the framework, but I think I am not saying anything untrue when I
> > > > mention:
> > > > - glossary
> > > > - previous translations search and suggestions
> > > > - lock mechanish for offline work (autodisables after a week)
> > > > - online work is possible
> > > > - can manage multiple projects
> > > > - different statistics (percent, hierarchy between translators)
> > > > - embedded translation documentation
> > > > - support for translation marathons
> > > > - support for OO, Mozilla, and regular PO
> > > > - user based access
> > > >
> > > > I think there was also a spell checker there, also, but I am not sure.
> > > >
> > > > An installed system (in Croatian) can be visited at
> > > > http://lokalizacija.linux.hr/
> > I would like to be fair and add this remark (a snip from a mail that
> > Denis sent me as a reply)
> > > > > Can it support multiple translation teams? I mean, do you need a
> > > > > different setup in order for more l10n teams to use it?
> > > >
> > > > Currently it needs a separate database/setup for each team. It could
> > > > take some time to adapt it for multiple teams.
> Ok. You know it better than I do. And since I don't speak croatian and there
> don't seem to be any source code available yet, I have to rely on your
Denis is in the best position to comment about this. I have learned
about the tool during a localization conference held in Belgrad in
> How does your system (how is it called?) compare to pootle? How hard would
Denis just made a request for project (the tool itself) hosting on
alioth under the name transdict. I think the project is not yet
approved, but that's only a matter of time.
> it be to merge the efforts? I saw that your stuff is in Perl while pootle is
> python based, but that's not a big deal, is it?
> Did anyone tried both as a user? As a project administrator?
The whole Croatian team, I guess. Denis himself, probably.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein