2014-11-25 16:40 GMT+01:00 Paul W. Frields <stickster@gmail.com>:
On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 11:36:08PM +0100, Robert Mayr wrote:
> 2014-11-18 12:04 GMT+01:00 Robert Mayr <robyduck@fedoraproject.org>:
> > Dear translators,
> > the new getfedora.org source is now open for translations on TX, I've
> > pushed the first strings there right now and will update the POT constantly
> > till F21 Release Date. As already pointed out by Paul, the strings we will
> > have on getfedora.org will be significantly less than fedoraproject.org,
> > therefor I think 3 weeks are a reasonable time to get all the work done.
> > Actually we don't have a staging instance and are still working on the
> > layout, but within this week I hope we could have the website running to
> > give you the possibility to proofread the strings and to understand where
> > they are and in which context.
> >
> > Pay attention on some strings which contain line-breaks, the <br /> tag.
> > Design/Marketing used it to give the slogans a better rythm and to make it
> > stronger, in the same way it should work for every team's language. Don't
> > cancel the tags, but place them in the right position for your language and
> > all will be fine. As said before, once we have the site running you will be
> > able to review the exact place where it is and could eventually modify it
> > to make it sound good.
> >
> > Finally I want to inform you that we are also modifying the content of
> > spins.fedoraproject.org, so please check also this source from time to
> > time and update the strings if needed.
> > In a few days I will also close the fedoraproject.org source, this
> > website won't have any changes and we want to avoid people working on it
> > any more. Instead all L10n teams should concentrate their workforce on
> > getfedora.org and spins.fpo for the next weeks.
> >
> > Thank you all for your important work and please report if something on
> > the new getfedora.org source is not working as expected.
> > Happy translating!
> >
> > --
> > Robert Mayr
> > (robyduck)
> >
> Hi all,
> last two weeks before lining up the branch for the F21 websites, which also
> means fedoraproject.org will come soon to its end. I closed the
> fedoraproject.org source right now, it's not worth anymore to put work into
> it. Please check back to getfedora.org for new strings as we are updating
> the POT file almost daily now. Most of the strings are already in place, so
> don't worry, it can be all done in time also for smaller L10n teams.
> Actually we are also trying to run the new pages on staging and will pull
> your new po files for the first time in the next hours.
> Thanks for all the work done till today, let us know if something is not
> going as it should.
> Best regards.
> --
> Robert Mayr
> (robyduck)

Also a big thank-you to L10n teams for their patience, as we finalize
the new site.  We've tried to keep the strings "tight" to conserve
your time and effort.  If you encounter problems, please let us know!

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Dear all,
we are moving straight towards F21 final release and I've updated right now all your po files manually on the staging instance to let you proofread your tranlsations. I noticed that the <br> tag we have in a few strings has been translated perfectly, good job.
Some other strings in a few languages seem to be out of context, so please go through your localized webpages (the language selector on the bottom of the staging page [1] is working now) and check the text content for any issues.
We are also working on spins.fedoraproject.org, so don't forget to check this resource too when translating. There is not much to do, but we have for example ARM images and a Docker image section on that page [2].
Thanks again for your great work, some of you are very productive and are already nearly 100%, compliments!
For any doubt or question let us know, as usual.

[1] http://stg.getfedora.org
[2] http://spins.stg.fedoraproject.org

Robert Mayr