On Mon, 31 Aug 2020 at 22:28, Jean-Baptiste Holcroft
I would like to provide translation memories for translators and measure localization
progress over Fedora versions (Linux wide).
I need to get upstream's content to get translation files such as po/gettext files.
To do that, I need to learn how to interact with Fedora packages to reach the SRPM.
The easiest way would probably be to run `dnf list --all` in a virtual machine or
container for each Fedora release.
An alternative could be to use datagrepper using
org.fedoraproject.prod.buildsys.build.state.change? Using this method would allow me to
catch new changes, but how do I load previous events or do the first initialization?
Is there other ways to get all the SRPM of a Fedora release?
As an alternative approach, you could download
and keep the git
history fresh locally (won't catch the newly added packages though).
then pull the needed data from the spec files.
> thanks a lot for your help,
> I had a discussion on fedora-i18n , and Ben Cotton suggested me to ask my question
> I tried to document what I want to do in this wiki page page 
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Jibecfed/LinuxLocalizationMeasurement
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