(2014年08月20日 03:48), Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Sat, Aug 16, 2014 at 10:02:16AM -0300, Domingo Becker wrote:
> 2014-08-16 9:18 GMT-03:00 Domingo Becker <domingobecker(a)gmail.com>:
>> 2014-08-15 16:20 GMT-03:00 Paul W. Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com>:
>>> For FESCo attention, file a ticket in the FESCo Trac:
>>> However, I think the bigger picture here (possibly being missed?) is
>>> that the request you are making may not be a simple one for developers
>>> or maintainers. So the L10n should be prepared to show up at the
>>> appropriate FESCo meeting to discuss with the steering committee, and
>>> it would best to be prepared with details to answer technical
>>> questions about such a migration.
>>> Using Transifex, developers have made project changes to allow that
>>> workflow for translation. What changes do developers need to make for
>>> a Zanata migration? Is there a wiki page that explains the changes?
>>> What happens if one of these projects is not enthusiastic about
>>> moving? What are the effects or ramifications?
>> Developers are actually asking about this.
>> I forwarded a message to this list  in the hope that you guys would read it.
>> I still don't know the answer.
> Oops ! The link
>  https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2014-August/011514.html
Thanks for this link, Domingo. That question seems to related to how
to get a translation module added, which is not quite the same as the
questions I had.
The questions I posed were about the plan for developer migration.
Dimitris Glezos has posted related questions about how the plan is
being developed. I'm not trying to undermine the L10n team's ability
to decide how to collaborate with the rest of the project. However,
the lack of answers has me concerned.
How to migrate to zanata, developers can refer to the section
'Maintainers' in this page.
If one of the project is not enthusiastic? Atm, personally but I believe
it depends on the developer or FESCO ultimately. Because it can bring
some inconvenience to Localization team affecting the product quality.
I haven't seen any FESCo ticket filed yet, and it's an important step
to get input from the folks who generally help guide maintainer work
in Fedora. Noriko, can you file that, or let me know if you need me
to do it on your behalf?
That is my plan and is on my ToDo list:-)
As Paul pointed, I am preparing a bit to show up.