I think it would be nice to see in each team how many members we have,
and how much is active, and *then* we can see what is possible. I
think also time to time locked/unaccessible resources are can be a
problem too that preventing reviews. Btw - you guys having such issue?
2013/2/3 Kris Thomsen <lakristho(a)gmail.com>:
+1, to what Göran said, from the Danish team.
Den 02/02/2013 22.27 skrev "Göran Uddeborg" <goeran(a)uddeborg.se>:
> > 4. To let you work on new languages or new websites without loosing
> > the visitors with a too light translation, we will start pulling
> > only PO files translated at least with 30% of completion.
> > I am not sure if we want to make this websites dependant (like 50%
> > of start.fpo Vs 50% of spins.fedoraproject.org
> I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not. I do agree that a page
> where every fifth string is translated doesn't give a good impression.
> I don't know how others do, but but when I translate websites, I try
> to do it page by page. And if e.g. the front page of fp.o is fully
> translated for a language, and many others pages are not, I still
> think it would make sense to show the translated front page.
> So I would like to have the limit per page, rather than per site. If
> that isn't technically possible, I would prefer not to have any limit
> at all.
> If you put the requirement on all websites together, as you seem to
> contemplate, then I think you are effectively making it impossible for
> us in small teams to ever have any translations used at all.
> > 5.
> > Here, on the websites team, we are going to pull reviewed translations
> > only.
> > Please every coordinators, tell me if this is something that you
> > don't want for your team.
> Like several other coordinators have said, the Swedish team is too
> small for a review requirement to make sense. It's just me most of
> the time. If I ever manage to recruit an other (active) members, it
> might change. But for now, don't activate it for Swedish.
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