I hope everyone had a restful and safe holiday break. :)
For anyone that speaks more than one language, this is an excellent
opportunity to help make Free/Open Source Software more accessible to
non-English speaking users. Please read Jean-Baptiste's email below:
----- Forwarded message from Jean-Baptiste <jean-baptiste(a)holcroft.fr> -----
> Date: Sun, 3 Jan 2021 09:16:42 +0100
> From: Jean-Baptiste <snip>
> To: Fedora Translation Project List <trans(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
> Subject: Fedora docs internationalization is now fixed
> Archived-At: <https://email@example.com...>
> Dear translators,
> first of all, for those following the Gregorian calendar, I wish an happy
> new year, with hope that you'll all continue to be proud of all you do for
> free software and your language!
> All the work each of you is quietly doing all over the internet to translate
> software is reaching end users and enabling them to use free software. Even
> if there isn't much way for them to thank you, they do enjoy it.
> The internationalization of Fedora documentation system was broken since
> November 12th 2020.
> Action needed: many strings are now to review, for example for Council
> documentation https://translate.fedoraproject.org/projects/fedora-docs-l10n-council/#la...
> Two causes:
> * for inclusion motivation, Fedora slowly move from "master" to "main" for
> default git branch.
> * moved or removed documentation page were not deleted by our scripts, which
> resulted in conflicts (Antora stopping in case of duplicate pages).
> Fixing the pipeline takes quite a lot of time, there is a few scripts
> involved and fixing/validating results is slow.
> The impact:
> * Many strings are now to review, Weblate detected similarities and suggest
> you to reuse previous translation. To find them: open the language pages,
> select your language and sort project per suggestion or name:
> * The amount total number of words to translate was reduced by 50 000 words
> (with a total of 2 218 852)
> * The amount of pages reduced from 2335 to 2172.
> Current ranking, congratulation to Indonesian translators :)
> Lang Progress Translated words
> id 12,87% 285,582
> tr 6,27% 139,130
> es 6,24% 138,464
> pt_BR 5,87% 130,254
> fr 3,63% 80,549
> pl 2,95% 65,460
> uk 1,64% 36,391
> nl 0,97% 21,524
> cs 0,74% 16,420
> sv 0,59% 13,092
> Please note there is still a few components to create:
> diversity-inclusion-events, diversity-inclusion-outreachy,
> diversity-inclusion-roles, diversity-inclusion-survey, fedora-coreos and i3.
> I'll try to automate this creation, so this may take time. Please ping me if
> you want to translate these soon.
> Have a nice day,
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On Sat, Jan 02, 2021 at 06:35:35AM +0000, Jan K wrote:
> years as well. As of late I have mainly used Python on a Flask development
That's awesome -- lots of Flask in the Fedora infra.
Fedora Project Leader
My name is Jan Kuparinen and I have quite a few years of experience on server maintenance and have been full stack programming for couple of years as well. As of late I have mainly used Python on a Flask development project.
Since I speak several languages, I have updated some Finnish translations of Fedora websites.
I have made few pull requests on websites (reviews and corrections) and hope to be able to contribute some more on various areas.
During my career I have done a whole lot of work on several different areas and like problem solving and automating tasks.
Hello everyone, I'm Canberk Duman -22 years old- from Istanbul, Turkey.
I am writing my graduation thesis about Linux systems and monitoring in my last year in computer science undergraduate degree, at the same time, I am working on Linux System Management business in a private company in Istanbul.
I want to join and contribute to the Fedora project family. My areas of interest are software development and programming rather than systems management. I have developed small-scale projects in Java, C and Python languages. It will be very exciting for me to contribute to these areas in the Fedora project.