2014-07-03 18:09 GMT+04:00 Rahul Sundaram <metherid(a)gmail.com>:
Unfortunately it looks like Transifex has become proprietary and Fedora
moving to using Transifex.com
has been cited as one of the reasons why it
wasn't important anymore for them to maintain a open source version.
Should we consider alternatives?
Why should we? A vast majority of us are happy GitHub / Facebook /
Twitter / Google users and it's a happy marriage so far (at least for
GitHub). We should clearly distinguish between a service / API and a
data - an openness of a service is entirely different from an openness
of a data or source code.
GNOME developers got the message and they are constantly improving
integration with the open user services with a proprietary code. We
must do the same and better integrate our infrastructure with open
services built with proprietary software (GitHub + Bugzilla, GitHub +
fedmsg, GitHub + fedorahosted).
With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.