On Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 4:26 PM, Jean-Baptiste
The French translation team had issues with translating documentation.
We didn't know what is up to date and need to be translated, nor could
have an overview of work-in-progress translation.
José (jaaf64) created two pages :
* a [how-to] that explains the production of translated documentation
from translated po files (this allows reviewers to see the translated
messages in their final context)
* a [tracker] to help coordination and information exchange between
doc team and translation team.
The tracker is the most important piece. It aims at sharing :
* information about what is up to date and what is not,
* guide translation priorities
* explanation about why things are read-only
* Zanata direct links to projects
* project specific guidance from owners toward translators
Can you please give your feedback about this pages before we start
conversation with docs team ?
If some docs/trans contributors are available, we would like to take the
opportunity to discuss this at Flock Krakow this summer.
Note : we asked to push french translations of some docs, but never
received an answer, does other groups have completed translations that
aren't pushed to docs.fedoraproject.org
Thanks by advance,
Thank you much for helping to smooth the on ramps for contributing on
Whenever you folks do decide on a process, we'd love to help
socialize/promote it on the CommBlog
Keep up the good work, and let us folks in CommOps know when it's time
to help feature the new process.
P.S. - FYI, There is a Docs FAD coming up soon
). We also have
an incoming GSoC intern working on Docs (c0mrad3) starting at the end
of April, so this information will be useful for onboarding our new
contributors too. And, finally, We also recently added zanata to
Fedora Community Lead & Council