On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 11:41:10AM -0500, David Cantrell wrote:
On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 03:13:59PM +1000, Noriko Mizumoto wrote:
> Hi Fedora developers
> Having the consensus with FESCo , we FLP (aka translation team) have
> started the process of migration to new fedora.zanata.org
> Transifex . First all translators started to migrate in November 2014
> (still going on).
> Now it is time to migrate all projects. This is expected to start after
> F21 GA. For the owners of the projects, there are two options to choose
> for the migration below.
> One: Delegate us to implement migration
> If this option is chosen, partially automated migration will be
> performed by Zanata team. Once it completes, then the owner visits new
> place and confirms everything intact (Some manual adjustment may be
> Two: Manual migration
> If this option is chosen, the owner performs all the migration process
> by his/her self. Please advise the estimated completion date.
> I have attached the list of all the target projects below. If any
> package is missing and it should be added into the list, please let me know.
> Could all Fedora developers please go through the list and advise which
> option is preferred for your project, so that we will be able to
> schedule them? For option One, we need to know current
> maintainer's/owner's contact.
> Package Name Group
> Anaconda main
> Blivet main
> Firstboot main
> initial-setup main
> pykickstart main
> python-meh main
> system-config-kickstart main
These are all installer team projects. What are we required to do with the
move to Zanata?
I never saw an answer to this question on the devel@ list. David, did you
get what you needed offlist somewhere?
cc'ing Noriko since AIUI she is managing/leading the translation
migration here. It needs to be clear to developers what they need to
do in their toolchain. Without that clarity, the migration creates an
additional risk to Fedora 22 release.
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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