Le 21 avril 2017 19:53:33 UTC+03:00, "Piotr Drąg" <piotrdrag(a)gmail.com> a
2017-04-21 16:05 GMT+02:00 Jean-Baptiste
> To help fixing 2nd issue, I suggest to do an automatic mechanism to
> detect new users in Zanata every day/week/month and mass adding them.
> => We'll only need a few sponsors instead of spamming the 45
> sponsors and 8 admins.
> => we add a little warning about wiki edition to tell to wait for
> "automatic" group addition.
I strongly disagree with this one point. I need at least a minimum of
quality control over my team. Accepting everyone who applies
automatically is a quick way to ruin the quality of translations.
Ah, sorry, I had to be more specific : when I wrote "detect new users in
Zanata", I meant once they are part of a translation team. Which requires the
coordinator to validate the request.
The main point of this part is to have the coordinator only focus on validation process in
Zanata, without having to pay attention to this cvsl10n technical group.
Anyway, I'm not sure to agree with the assumption that adding anyone might e
"quick way to ruin the quality of translations" (here Inmean: outside of
Zanata). Many translation platform are self managed with automatic validation, and
it's not a problem because the tool provides content inclusion validation process or
notifications about what changed.
* Mozilla's pontoon let new user to suggest new translation, but only language team
members can validate content. Same behaviour than git.
has no translation team, everyone can come and translate but you can
register to get email when someone does suggest/translate/edit/join and provide you a
shortcut to review 25 random strings for proofreading. Same behavior than wikipedia.