The statistics per language across multiple projects is something I have
been thinking about a lot lately. There are few things that can be done in
the current version of Zanata and some other ideas I have for future
The best way to get these types of statistics right now are with *version
groups*. Version groups allow you to group projects and languages together
based on project version, which we have found is one of the better options
for “releases” right now. We may change how they work in the future based
on feedback, so if you have any that would be great.
Fedora has created some version-groups here:
If you wanted to see all the Fedora projects together, there could be
another group created to group them all together (e.g. Fedora 24).
The other option I am hoping to implement in the future would be *default
versions* for each project. This would give us some statistics to show at a
project list level, without having to choose a version first.
I hope this helps. Thank you for your feedback, if you have any further
questions we would love to hear them.
PS. We also have a more permanent place for questions now too:
On Sun, Nov 1, 2015 at 7:11 PM, Jean-Baptiste <jean-baptiste(a)holcroft.fr>
Where should we post issues about fedora.zanata ?
It's indeed hard to have overall statistics due to a missing Version
We should at least be able to have something like : if no dedicated Fedora
23-Version then give stats for last Version of a Project
Second question : how to know that a translation is partially or totally
in end-user files ?
Le 01/11/2015 01:59, Alex Eng a écrit :
Sorry about the issue you are having with the statistic query.
Can you please let me know the the REST API URL you are using to get the
With the overall statistics you mentioned for all project, unlike gnome,
Fedora projects/packages doesn't sync version into same release.
That makes it hard for create an API of statistics for 1 language of all
projects which doesn't really mean anything.
Having said that, please feel free to let me know if there's anything I
can help out with your workflow.
On Sat, Oct 31, 2015 at 10:50 PM, <pravin.d.s(a)gmail.com>
pravin.d.s(a)gmail.com <pravin.d.s(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On 31 October 2015 at 18:37, Jean-Baptiste < <jean-baptiste(a)holcroft.fr>
> jean-baptiste(a)holcroft.fr> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I was unhappy with Zanata's statistics as it's not having a global
>> overview of translations in one language (please see
to have an idea of something helpful).
>> With the API, I decided to try to get some more information.
>> Despite the fact that API is pretty bad (I get many errors 415 I don't
>> understand), I was able to get information project by project.
>> You can download the actual translation statistics at :
>> If you want to see/improve the code (especially the list of
>> project/iteration), please access the link :
> Thanks for your feedback.
> We recently had Zanata survey and going to evaluate it in G11N FAD
> happening from tomorrow. Will discuss on your feedback as well, hoping
> someone will quickly give you reply here as well.
> I think we need to organize open Zanata testing day as well for Fedora.
>> Programming is not my profession, I'll be pleased to be advice and help.
>> If something better exists, I'm also interested.
> Excellent. Indeed we are looking more people who can use and provide
> active feedback on improvement of Fedora project. Feel free to join meeting
> and as you did keep on posting issues here :)
> Pravin Satpute
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