Re: setting goals for a team, or how to prioritize translations
Christian Perrier wrote:
Quoting Clytie Siddall (email@example.com):
In particular, I have noticed what a difference it makes to
participation if you have a Pootle server (eight of my projects are
using Pootle now). I know we still have some scale issues with putting
the whole of D-I and debconf and heaven knows what else onto a single
Pootle, but meanwhile, could we please just put _some_ of the files up
there? That would make it easier to attract new translators, and easier
_some_ of the files *are* there. I just didn't announce this
explicitely because I want to make some cleaning there (particularly
in project authorizations)
Stil, *you* can do your DI work in Pootle for Vietnamese, Clytie.
A few questions (about http://i18n.debian.net:8080/ro/):
1) Why is level 3 missing? Does it have to do with the weird handling of win32-loader?
2) Do those trnaslations end up un D-I without any checks? I, as a language team coordinator, can't
I have a look over the translation before the commit? Can I filter anything?
3) How do I add more resources?
4) Can I add a git repo, or is there only svn support?
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein