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Re: cvsl10n vs cvsdocs



On Mon, 2007-11-26 at 10:05 +0100, Xavier Conde Rueda wrote:
> > Now, a lot of translators are member of cvsdocs. But you maybe not need
> > that: if you're not working on the original docs, you don't need that.
> > Having cvsl10n group membership is enough: you get all access to /po
> > directories and files.
> >
> 
> indeed having access to cvsdocs is needed, because in order to build
> documentation you need to create a "Draft" image and commit it, and
> you need cvsdocs access for this. This step is only needed the first
> time you translate documentation, and for the remaining documentation,
> having cvsl10n is enough because you only have to translate po files.
> 
> > So should we revoke everyone just translating from cvsdocs and add them
> > to cvsl10n (if you're not in there yet).
> 
> IMHO, nope. Instead, we should be sure that cvsl10n membership is
> enough for translators to work on documentation, and that cvsdocs is
> not needed (i.e. allow cvsl10n to commit the "draft" images).

Oh, that's a great point.  I wonder to what extent we can make this work
by making "po/" directories for these materials in Docs CVS.

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