Re: setting goals for a team, or how to prioritize translations
Christian Perrier wrote:
Quoting Eddy Petri?or (firstname.lastname@example.org):
1) Why is level 3 missing? Does it have to do with the weird handling of win32-loader?
Many things are missing. The only available parts of D-I levels that
are there are those for which I got commit access for the
"pootle-guest" user by the maintainers.
I asked such commit access in several projects but got no nswer as of now.
As written, this is work in progress. I just began talking about it
because we certainly need more input from translators and translation teams.
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?
Only the nominated coordinator for a given project is, by default,
granted commit access. You have this for D-I and Romanian as "eddyp"
user in Pootle.
That coordinator also has the power to "administer" the
project/language. So, for instance, you can change rights for "Debian
Installer/Romanian" and give commit rights to others
Pootle has many rights which you can combine:
- compile PO files
By default, on a give project/language combination, the guest user can
only view. Registered users can "view, suggest, examine, compile PO".
Additionnal rights can be granted to users by the project/language
admin....or, of course, by the main Pootle server admin.
How do I reset the password?
3) How do I add more resources?
If you mean more projects, you can't. That's something I can do. This
has to be done interactively on churro
Can I do it from churro? If a change is made, will that affect all languages, or is it possible to
change the projects strictly for a language?
4) Can I add a git repo, or is there only svn support?
git is supported. For instanced tasksel in level 2 is hokked to the
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein