TL;DR: here are the translation memories for the 318 languages, built
from all software available in Fedora 32:
Last august, I talked about my project "to provide translation memories
for translators and measure localization progress over version" .
Thanks to darknao's help with automation, I'm now able to analyze the
whole Fedora Linux distribution.
I would like to make it a Fedora initiative and publish these files in
an official Fedora website.
Would someone be willing to help? Constraints is to use Hugo to allow
this website to be localized.
For Fedora 32, it means:
* 21 000 srpm extracted (source of rpm packages)
* 121 000 po files detected (other formats exists, but I'm starting by
this) which represents 7Gio of data
From that, I deducted:
* 318 languages. For each of them, it produce:
** a compendium 
** a terminology 
** a translation memory (tmx file)
Please do not hesitate to suggest improvements in the generation of
I used very basic commands and did no cleaning.
Next steps (by priority):
* measure each language status for a Fedora release
* display results in a static website for a Fedora release
* allow to compare releases
* all other ideas we may have