On 2018/08/05 21:11, Sundeep Anand wrote:
Let me reinstate that zanata/damnelies can show most accurate statistics.
For translators, it seems best to refer the original stats unless any
Here, I am worry, it may results that translator may need to go back and
forth between zanata, damnelies, transtats etc.
Yeah, I agree, most latest translations stats are with respective translation platforms.
Here, idea is just to create some interfaces whereby we can have at-a-glance picture
irrespective to underlying translation platform. In fedora we can have packages which may
use Zanata, or DamnedLies or Weblate, or Transifex etc. Transtats support multiple
platforms and its easy to add more. Hence, its great for over-all picture, but if somebody
is only concerned with x number of packages, and all of them are using same translation
platform instance - good to refer directly.
Oh, that sounds cool, could you please kindly share where we can refer
that master list, please?
I am most happy to update our wiki page.
Aah, by master list I didn't mean master list for l10n team. Sorry about that. For me,
this is still a grey area. I would be glad if I can have some information on - "how
l10n team decide on package list for a fedora release" ?
I am sorry, due to my own business I no longer am able to attend this time.
Could you mind to explain a little more detail about a "job"?
I can't believe that this job makes a maintainer happy atm, but might
create an unnecessary trouble.
Jobs are useful to create information to send out warnings and alerts. For example, a job
run shall detect a string change/breakage on the basis of which warning/alerts could be
> ypyp, +100!!
> Great to hear!! also I would like to know how it can ease QE work :-)
> Thanks heaps