On 4/27/20 10:56 PM, Jean-Baptiste wrote:
Fedora docs internationalization missed one more release, because of the
fedora-docs build system being understood by one single person. And that
person, despite his qualities and skills is/was unavailable for months.
All is here, the script works, but nobody does the action to make it go
from staging to production.
I'm really disappointed. I spent so much time trying to make it work.
Doing that is not respecting the hundred of hours of work localization
community did. Are we transparent for you docs people?
I feel like taking a break, but I feel like responsible to make fedora
docs l10n go live.
Can someone take the responsibility to make this real? I'm tired.
I'm sorry you're disappointed Jean-Baptiste, I understand your frustration.
I don't think it's too huge of a problem if we deploy this a bit later
than Fedora's release date; it would definitely be better to have
translations published on release day, but I don't think it's a hard
That being said, I'm not sure what I can do to help. We can talk on
IRC/Telegram (tomorrow, I'll be gone for the rest of the day), but my
knowledge of the build system is limited to nonexistent. I can push what
you tell me to into prod, but that's about it. Is that something that
would help you?