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Re: [libvirt] Libvirt now using Zanata for translation



On 2015/5/27 17:00, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:

> On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 08:45:09AM +0800, zhang bo wrote:
>> On 2015/3/6 21:20, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
>>
>>> As of current GIT master, libvirt is fully using Zanata for po file
>>> translation
>>>
>>> After some trouble with the zanata python client, I have now successfully
>>> refreshed & pushed the current libvirt.pot file, and synchronized all
>>> the translation po files back down to GIT master.
>>>
>>> For ongoing refreshes of the libvirt.pot, it can be rebuild & pushed
>>> to zanata and .po files resynchonized using
>>>
>>>      # cd po
>>>      # rm libvirt.pot
>>>      # make libvirt.pot
>>>      # zanata-cli push
>>>      # zanata-cli pull
>>>
>>> Where 'zanata-cli' is the *JAVA* client, not the python client. I strongly
>>> recommend against use of the python client for the libvirt project as it
>>> doesn't handle the size of the libvirt.pot/.po files well resulting in
>>> unexplained data loss.  Even the java client has problems pushing the
>>> .po files to the server due to poorly designed rate limiting in the
>>> zanata server.
>>>
>>> Fortunately this is not something we need do again, now we have imported
>>> the existing .po file.  The java client has been troublefree wrt to pushing
>>> the .pot file and pulling .po files, which is all we need for ongoing work
>>> now.
>>>
>>> Currently myself & Daniel Veillard are setup as admins of the libvirt
>>> project in Zanata & we can add further people as required.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Daniel
>>
>>
>> Would you please add me as admin so that I could help to translate and review (in Chinese)?
> 
> The libvirt translations are managed under the Fedora translations teams.
> So in fact you just need to request to join the Chinese Fedora team. If
> you go to this page:
> 
>    https://fedora.zanata.org/language/view/zh-CN
> 
> There's a drop down menu 'v ...' which has a 'Request to join team'
> option in it.
> 
> Once you've joined you'd be able to work on any Fedora related project,
> or just libvirt, as you so prefer.
> 
> Regards,
> Daniel


Thanks! waiting for the coordinator to accept my application.

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