hello all.
even if i do try to reach those particular individuals, i am also still waiting to be approved to the zanata group.

I'll just wait a week or so to see if there's any development on this and act accordingly.

have a great week, guys.

// pedro andrade

On Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 6:44 AM, Jean-Baptiste Holcroft <jean-baptiste@holcroft.fr> wrote:
Le 01/11/2016 à 23:43, Justin W. Flory a écrit :
On 11/01/2016 07:31 AM, pedro andrade wrote:
Thanks, and good morning.

That's precisely what I'm doing.
The particular list is private and i'm sadly still waiting for the
approval to the subscription. it was the very first thing i tried to do
as soon as i created this account. :(


Hmmm, do we know who the owner(s) of this mailing list are? If not, the next step should be to ask in #fedora-admin to see if the owners are still active contributors. If not, it might make sense to make one of the G11n team leads an owner to this list for long-term maintenance / management.

Hi Justin,

This is the responsibility of the language Team Coordinator : https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N_Coordinator

So Pedro, you should probably try to reach: José Nuno Pires (josepires), Rui Gouveia (ruigo) (use nickname@fedoraproject.org)
According to datagrepper, Rui still have some recent activities but José dosn't (he doesn't looks like to be in the 11 members of Portuguese language team).

There is no "G11N team leads". The "Fedora G11N Steering Committee Proposal" is still a proposal and obviously there is a lack of resources for global management, despite the efforts of many actors.

Anyway, even with "L10N Admin", I'm not sure why any global lead should be involved with language tools management (there is too much and local teams have to be autonomous).

have a nice day,

--
Jean-Baptiste Holcroft
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