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Re: Modules missing in i18n.redhat.com



O/H Magnus Larsson έγραψε:
> So different project use different VCS? And you have to have an account
> on each of them OR use Transifex (which is in "early stage"...)? Is this
> correct?

Right. The first part of the sentence was true before as well -- different
projects had their PO files hosted in different VCSs (the Docs project comes in
mind). It's just that now we (will) have a tool to bridge this gap and enable
both translators and developers to live happily ever after :)

Of course, nobody stops us (or someone from the team to be more specific) from
temporarily dumping all the PO files that interest the FLP in `/cvs/l10n` until
we deploy Transifex.

We're in a testing phase right now. Drop by #fedora-l10n if you'd like to help
test it in the next few days. ;-)

-d


> On 7/27/07, * Karsten Wade* <kwade redhat com <mailto:kwade redhat com>>
> wrote:
> 
>     On Wed, 2007-07-25 at 23:51 -0400, Magnus Larsson wrote:
>     > I like the new translation pages. That's an improvement.
>     >
>     > Not sure I understand, but it looks like the translations are now
>     > stored in 9 different repositories using 3 different version control
>     > systems?
>     > Is this going to change or?
>     > (I would prefer using one version control system pointing to one
>     > repository....)
> 
>     To goal of Transifex (that Dimitris is working on) is to make it not
>     matter which VCS a module is in.  All the translation can be done
>     through translate.fp.org <http://translate.fp.org>.  Including any
>     upstream/outside project that
>     wants to be hooked in.
> 
>     We continue to use CVS as the main VCS for Fedora, but some projects
>     wanted to use a new/different VCS.  Transifex makes it possible to
>     translate for those projects _without_ using the native VCS tools (hg,
>     git, svn, cvs).  If you prefer to interact directly with the VCS and
>     have an account, you can do that as well.



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