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FLP Meeting 2008-03-04 IRC log
- From: Runa Bhattacharjee <runab redhat com>
- To: Fedora Translation Project List <fedora-trans-list redhat com>
- Subject: FLP Meeting 2008-03-04 IRC log
- Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 21:43:03 +0530
March 05 <00:35:17 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - init
March 05 <00:35:19 * glezos_afk is now known as glezos
March 05 <00:35:55 <couf> <meeting>
March 05 <00:36:06 <couf> so who's here?
March 05 <00:36:20 <glezos> Dimitris Glezos
March 05 <00:36:29 <couf> Bart Couvreur
March 05 <00:36:32 <runa_b> Runa Bhattacharjee
March 05 <00:37:07 * MrTom (n=mrtom fedora/MrTom) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <00:37:14 <MrTom> hi, ThomasCanniot
March 05 <00:37:45 <couf> meeting topics: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N/Meetings
March 05 <00:38:06 <couf> anyone want to chair / summarize?
March 05 <00:38:54 * glezos could summarize
March 05 <00:39:24 * couf thanks glezos
March 05 <00:40:08 <couf> so I'll spearhead this one then
March 05 <00:40:42 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - new members
March 05 <00:40:54 <couf> no new memebers here at the moment, this could go really quick
March 05 <00:41:23 <couf> just wanted to know if we've seen a huge amout of newcomers since the
March 05 <00:42:19 <glezos> couf: no huge amount
March 05 <00:42:37 <glezos> however, the latest feedback I got from the RH i18n team was that elvis
had around 300-400 <active users
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March 05 <00:43:20 <glezos> and currently cvsl10n has 280 <people, so I think the news are not bad.
Could be better though.
March 05 <00:43:40 <couf> right
March 05 <00:44:07 <couf> have all the @rh internal translators joined us yet, or are they working
on a different level?
March 05 <00:45:00 <glezos> runa_b:?
March 05 <00:45:09 <runa_b> couf: most of them are working via transifex
March 05 <00:45:37 <couf> great :-)
March 05 <00:45:38 <runa_b> couf: it would be best to float a mail on the mailing list to check the
actual status as the teams are based at various locations
March 05 <00:46:22 <glezos> runa_b: would you like to handle it?
March 05 <00:46:35 <runa_b> glezos: sure.. :)
March 05 <00:47:10 <runa_b> couf: your query was to check if transifex is being used by all?
March 05 <00:47:46 <couf> runa_b: well yeah, if they've changed to the new system, if they all
worked on elvis until recently
March 05 <00:47:54 <couf> so you've actually answered that
March 05 <00:48:14 <runa_b> ahh ok
March 05 <00:49:03 <couf> lets just keep the "we've got the new system up, join here" in the news
for a little bit longer, post-string freeze would be a good moment to send a reminder out
March 05 <00:49:56 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - previous meeting updates
March 05 <00:50:18 <couf> previous meeting was:
March 05 <00:50:37 <couf> any updates on the action items?
March 05 <00:51:18 * glezos sent the email for a new meeting time, no replies
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March 05 <00:51:28 <MrTom> !
March 05 <00:51:43 <couf> go ahead MrTom, speak freely
March 05 <00:52:18 <MrTom> there is actually a new item to add : which is my work on the ergonomics
of transifex, that i we try to handle by the end of this week, as I am in holiday till the end of
the month :)
March 05 <00:52:52 <couf> awesome
March 05 <00:53:32 <MrTom> this should not be a whole revamp of transifex, but a "move this button
there" to make it more consistent
March 05 <00:54:19 <glezos> I like Tom's ideas in this area, and they seem easy fixes as long as
we've got a concrete list of "this and this needs these changes"
March 05 <00:54:37 <MrTom> you'll have
March 05 <00:54:41 <couf> +1
March 05 <00:54:42 * glezos will jump right in once we have those
March 05 <00:55:20 <MrTom> :)
March 05 <00:55:23 <couf> which ties in neetly too ...
March 05 <00:55:29 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - FOSDEM update
March 05 <00:55:41 <glezos> To follow up with other action items, no new modules have been added
March 05 <00:56:07 <glezos> I did some work to make sure every module works, and AFAIK every module
that doesn't has a bug report open to their maintainer.
March 05 <00:56:36 <couf> glezos++
March 05 <00:56:59 <couf> so next was a fosdem update (summary:
March 05 <00:57:07 <glezos> runa_b: any news from the UI testcase front?
March 05 <00:57:29 <runa_b> glezos: nope.. i was going to mention it once we finish the agenda items
March 05 <00:57:30 <couf> ow missed that, sorry :-/
March 05 <00:57:49 <glezos> ok
March 05 <00:57:49 * stickster_ (n=pfrields ip72-209-237-99 dc dc cox net) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <00:59:39 <couf> fosdem meeting updates: anything? or comments/suggestions?
March 05 <01:00:43 <MrTom> not for me
March 05 <01:00:59 <glezos> spevack collected all blog posts about it at
March 05 <01:02:44 <couf> let's just wait for comments on the mailinglist
March 05 <01:03:06 * ln- (i=lauri vanha ksenos fi) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:03:12 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - Dev updates
March 05 <01:03:32 * runa_b had a question about the FOSDEM meeting notes
March 05 <01:03:42 <couf> runa_b: go ahead
March 05 <01:04:18 <runa_b> couf: "Same language can be written in a slightly different way
depeneding on the country (de_DE vs de_CH)" => What is the reference for this comment?
March 05 <01:04:51 <runa_b> There are already quite a few language groups with Country-based
differences...pt, pt_BR, bn, bn_IN
March 05 <01:05:04 <couf> ah, some languages are spoken the same, but written differently
March 05 <01:05:28 <couf> right, the problem here was that we don't really have a decent point of
view on this
March 05 <01:06:31 <couf> so the DE-maintainer (swiss) choose to write everything with a double ss,
which would be wrong in real german (because they use this special beta-type charachter)
March 05 <01:06:51 <couf> it was more of a concern, but imo it's inevitable
March 05 <01:07:21 <runa_b> couf: ahh ok
March 05 <01:07:41 <runa_b> I'd say it would really depend on the people speaking/writing the language
March 05 <01:08:03 <couf> +1
March 05 <01:08:28 <couf> we just need to back up the people making thoose choices
March 05 <01:08:47 <runa_b> right
March 05 <01:08:53 <glezos> having some guidelines, though, would be helpful
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March 05 <01:09:05 <runa_b> how does gnome does it?
March 05 <01:09:21 <runa_b> iirc..they have atleast 15 <Spanish locales listed
March 05 <01:10:29 <glezos> I guess a Q on gnome-i18n-list could get some answers.
March 05 <01:10:43 <runa_b> hmm... ok.
March 05 <01:11:14 <runa_b> perhaps we could take it to the mailing list, might require detailed
March 05 <01:11:25 <runa_b> from other projects and language groups
March 05 <01:11:41 <runa_b> there is also the issue about same languages using different scripts
March 05 <01:12:28 <glezos> This sounds like an issue that affects particular languages
March 05 <01:12:37 <glezos> so people from those teams could take a stab at it
March 05 <01:13:09 * bpepple_ (n=bpepple adsl-75-60-198-173 dsl wotnoh sbcglobal net) has joined
March 05 <01:13:39 <couf> so let's take thuis guideline: choose whatever seems the most correct
thing if in that certain situation, maybe do a small announcement on both the trans-list and also
the <lang>-trans list
March 05 <01:13:58 <couf> and from that point on, we'll keep it as it is, untill a majority wants to
March 05 <01:14:38 <glezos> Maybe we should discuss this on list with more people involved in the
March 05 <01:14:51 <runa_b> +1
March 05 <01:15:07 <couf> sure
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March 05 <01:16:17 <glezos> Should we move on? (clock is ticking:)
March 05 <01:16:22 <couf> indeed
March 05 <01:16:23 * gregdek (n=gdk nat/redhat/x-5ecf35989fba3a52) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:16:26 <couf> dev updates?
March 05 <01:16:56 * bpepple_ is now known as bpepple|lt
March 05 <01:17:22 <glezos> Not much from me ($dayjob too busy), besides making sure all modules
work and the rest have bug reports opened
March 05 <01:18:21 <couf> okay, moving on
March 05 <01:18:32 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - /cvs/elvis
March 05 <01:18:34 <glezos> asgeirf_ is working on fixing some DL bugs, I don't of any public push yet
March 05 <01:19:00 <glezos> don't *know*
March 05 <01:19:14 <glezos> What I do know is that he's a bit frustrated with it. :-)
March 05 <01:19:33 <couf> well you know, it's DL :-)
March 05 <01:19:47 <couf> why do you think it's Damned
March 05 <01:19:50 <glezos> It's a good software, but designed in a different way than what we'd like
March 05 <01:20:37 * wolfy (n=lonewolf fedora/wolfy) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:21:20 <couf> glezos: you've had a chat about /cvs/elvis with petreu, need for any
March 05 <01:21:34 <glezos> oh, yeah, I'd like your feedback on that
March 05 <01:21:45 <glezos> currently cvsl10n has access to /cvs/docs/.*/po/*
March 05 <01:22:01 <glezos> so petreu was wondering if we could have that for /cvs/elvis as well
March 05 <01:22:29 <glezos> The reason is to have command-line access to specspo, which is a large
March 05 <01:23:00 <runa_b> glezos: is this in context to the permission error that petreu was
talking about earlier in the evening?
March 05 <01:23:07 <glezos> runa_b: yes
March 05 <01:23:15 * wolfy (n=lonewolf fedora/wolfy) has left #fedora-meeting ("If swimming is so
good for your figure, how do you explain whales?")
March 05 <01:23:16 <runa_b> ahh ok.
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March 05 <01:23:28 <couf> I've never tried to upload specspo through tx, does this time-out?
March 05 <01:23:30 * bpepple_ (n=bpepple adsl-75-60-198-173 dsl wotnoh sbcglobal net) has joined
March 05 <01:23:45 <glezos> Giving access to translators to specspo isn't easy, there's no way to do
it and I woudn't like putting more weight on infra
March 05 <01:24:13 * bpepple_ is now known as bpepple|lt
March 05 <01:24:24 <glezos> So a specific translators could request access to the 'cvsspecspo' group
if she'd like. We can't do it for all translators though.
March 05 <01:24:44 <glezos> However, when the CLI interface for Tx arrives, this will not only just
work for specspo, but for all modules.
March 05 <01:25:26 <couf> what's the eta (roughyl) for the CLI?
March 05 <01:25:41 <couf> if it's possible pre-trans freeze, I'd leave it as is
March 05 <01:26:25 <glezos> couf: With the current amount of time I can spend on developing
Transifex, 1 <month for a production solution
March 05 <01:26:47 * GeroldKa (n=GeroldKa fedora/geroldka) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:28:46 <glezos> Unless the web interface isn't working at all, I'm leaning to keeping
March 05 <01:29:10 <glezos> s/to/towards/
March 05 <01:29:13 <couf> +1
March 05 <01:29:27 <glezos> From what I see, submissions do succeed.
March 05 <01:29:37 <glezos> If they don't, let me know immediately.
March 05 <01:30:08 <couf> okay, and if they really want to do cvs: join cvsspecspo
March 05 <01:30:33 <glezos> right.
March 05 <01:30:46 <couf> okay, last topic
March 05 <01:30:57 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - Steering committee
March 05 <01:31:05 <couf> before AOB that is :-)
March 05 <01:31:17 <couf> http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-trans-list/2008-February/msg00071.html
March 05 <01:31:24 <couf> and all answers to it
March 05 <01:31:38 <runa_b> +1 <to the steering committee :)
March 05 <01:32:02 <runa_b> how is it formed if its an initial committee?
March 05 <01:32:15 <couf> officially the project is run by two leaders (RH-employees)
March 05 <01:32:57 <couf> +1 <to SCo too
March 05 <01:33:05 <couf> formation is pretty liberal
March 05 <01:34:03 <couf> I'd go with the FDSCo way of doing stuff: which would be start a
self-nomination period and have elections
March 05 <01:34:11 <glezos> +1
March 05 <01:34:17 <runa_b> +1
March 05 <01:34:31 * palosba (n=chatzill fw2 js26 ba netlab sk) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:35:07 <couf> for more info on there way of working:
March 05 <01:35:24 <couf> and more importantly
March 05 <01:35:33 <glezos> I suggest to leave a couple more days in case someone raises any objection
March 05 <01:36:10 <glezos> And then to have an action plan on this. Eg. Copy/adapt pages from Docs,
propose some dates, request feedback, announce.
March 05 <01:36:34 <couf> +1
March 05 <01:36:42 <couf> I'll flesh this out on-list
March 05 <01:36:58 <couf> and lets see where it goes :-)
March 05 <01:38:04 <runa_b> +1 <to glezos
March 05 <01:38:24 <glezos> I am confident that enough people will nominate themselves for the board.
March 05 <01:38:40 <glezos> especially when we have the appropriate wiki pages ready.
March 05 <01:38:53 <couf> right
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March 05 <01:40:33 <runa_b> couf: can i go ahead with the UI test cases topic?
March 05 <01:40:38 * JSchmitt (n=s4504kr p54B107B0 dip0 t-ipconnect de) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:40:43 <couf> sure
March 05 <01:40:50 <runa_b> couf: thanks
March 05 <01:40:52 <glezos> OK, we could continue this discussion on the list. Ask more people to
join the discussion, I think most of them are feeling shy, although they have tons of ideas to bring.
March 05 <01:41:39 <runa_b> Well the UI Testcases idea was to have a set of Testcases that would
help people review the important parts of the translated User interface
March 05 <01:42:08 <runa_b> Nothing could be done since the past meeting... no excuses..
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March 05 <01:42:26 <runa_b> I'd like to propose this idea on the mailing list tomorrow, if it sounds
March 05 <01:44:26 <runa_b> does it sound do-able?
March 05 <01:45:04 <glezos> runa_b: everything is doable given enough time. :
March 05 <01:45:05 * GreyEagle (n=rob 71 93 75 225) has left #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:45:05 <glezos> :)
March 05 <01:45:17 <couf> I'd propose it, and see what the list thinks about doability
March 05 <01:45:29 * couf has no idea what this is going to turn out to so :-)
March 05 <01:45:34 <glezos> runa_b: Any chance of getting together people from your office to flesh
out an initial draft?
March 05 <01:46:03 <runa_b> glezos: i could send a proposal to the mailing list and then check with
the QE team if they would be able to help out
March 05 <01:46:09 <glezos> You guys have a great team and locality, so a lot of good stuff could
March 05 <01:46:18 <runa_b> some of them are already on the FLP.. :)
March 05 <01:46:43 <glezos> Right.. I was thinking of a f2f brainstorming session or sth similar
March 05 <01:47:02 <runa_b> ahh ok...surely can check up on that
March 05 <01:47:43 <glezos> ok
March 05 <01:47:45 <glezos> great
March 05 <01:47:46 <couf> that would be awesome
March 05 <01:48:09 * couf has changed the topic to: FLP Meeting - fedora-board meeting at
#fedora-board-meeting and #fedora-board-public - AOB
March 05 <01:48:11 <runa_b> i guess there was a suggestin to align it with the page that vpv was
March 05 <01:49:15 <couf> right
March 05 <01:49:26 <couf> so anything else on this subject?
March 05 <01:49:36 <couf> or anything else on a different subject?
March 05 <01:50:36 <glezos> A quick note to say that the server timezone has been changed to UTC
March 05 <01:50:49 <glezos> so all dates appearing on the websites will now be UTC
March 05 <01:51:31 * stickster (n=pfrields ip72-209-237-99 dc dc cox net) has joined #fedora-meeting
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March 05 <01:52:08 * couf closes meeting in 60
March 05 <01:52:47 * couf closes meeting in 30
March 05 <01:52:54 <glezos> ah
March 05 <01:52:59 <glezos> I've remembered something
March 05 <01:53:06 <glezos> Fedora Weekly News
March 05 <01:53:09 * jcollie (n=jcollie 161 210 135 4) has joined #fedora-meeting
March 05 <01:53:14 <glezos> Why aren't we on them?
March 05 <01:53:49 <glezos> And what we could do to get on them?
March 05 <01:54:13 <couf> because we've got no beat writer :-/
March 05 <01:54:41 <glezos> (FWIW, the FWN team just needs someone to get together the week's most
important updates (if any) on a wiki page)
March 05 <01:54:54 <glezos> every Sunday
March 05 <01:55:37 <glezos> any ideas for my second Q?
March 05 <01:56:35 <mether glezos: send a request for help on every avenue you can find
March 05 <01:56:36 <couf> I'm willing to do it, but if someone wants to take it, go ahead
March 05 <01:57:25 <glezos> OK, I'll blog about it, couf can you do so as well?
March 05 <01:57:32 <mether glezos: usually getting covered in FWN will get more attention and more
contributors, so it is well worth the effort to spam
March 05 <01:57:37 <couf> yep, sure
March 05 <01:57:44 <glezos> k
March 05 <01:58:16 * couf restarts count at 30
March 05 <01:58:30 <glezos> couf: we could do it in alternate weeks if no contributor steps up
March 05 <01:58:57 <couf> glezos: yep
March 05 <01:59:06 <glezos> It's a pretty important medium, and as mether says, it will bring more
March 05 <01:59:12 <glezos> and attention.
March 05 <01:59:56 <mether just covering important announcements and discussions wont take more than
half an hour
March 05 <02:00:03 <glezos> Hoping someone energetic enough would like to contribute back to the FLP
March 05 <02:00:52 <couf> <final-countdown>
March 05 <02:00:54 <couf> 10
March 05 <02:01:00 <couf> 5
March 05 <02:01:02 <couf> 4
March 05 <02:01:03 <couf> 3
March 05 <02:01:04 <couf> 2
March 05 <02:01:06 <couf> 1
March 05 <02:01:11 <couf> </final-countdown></meeting>
March 05 <02:01:21 <couf> thanks all
March 05 <02:01:25 <runa_b> Thanks everyone
March 05 <02:01:41 <glezos> thanks couf for spearheading
March 05 <02:01:52 * couf has changed the topic to:
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicate/FedoraMeetingChannel -- Meetings often get logged -- see
schedule in the wiki for next meeting
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