Thanks for your input Noriko :)
Always here to help, so if any language coordinator is still in need of
admin privileges please let me know :)
On 09/02/2013 01:53 PM, Noriko Mizumoto wrote:
Hi Issac and all
At the time that decision was made, I was there as the representative
of FLP. All explained by Jared. It was painful decision, having little
Most of Fedora packages and Fedora Upstream packages had been hosted
by transifex.fp.o before the move, and have still been hosted by
fedora dot transifex.com
after the move. Without Dimitris and the
team, we are not here. I like to thank you so much to Dimitris and all
the team members of Indifex again.
There are some packages which decided to move to zanata, and there
were also announcements (not for all packages though). Atm, we have no
power to influence the maintainers' decisions. FLP goal is to have one
interface hosted at fedoraproject.org
for **ALL packages.
Currently, we need to work on two instances, transifex and zanata.
For the coordinator of each language team who has not yet gained the
admin privilege of your language team in ZANATA, please contact Issac,
me or Red Hat employees of your language team. We will be happy to
grant the admin privilege to you. (You must to be current coordinator
on the team list.)
Issac, please help the coordinator who falls in the above situation.
Also, please review the feature of segmentation such as fedora dot
For Fuel project, it is not part of Fedora project or Fedora Upstream
project. It should totally upto individuals to contribute or not. This
project has potential helping certain languages translation
consistency, while no influence on Fedora Localization activity. Here
again, segmentation is needed.
(2013年08月27日 09:46), Isaac Rooskov wrote:
> Hi Kévin,
> Firstly, thanks for the warm welcome; I will no doubt have questions
> etc... for the Fedora community as we go so I greatly appreciate how
> open it is here :)
> In answering your questions, Zanata is most certainly in active
> development. In fact we've recently had some new members join the team.
> There was a little lull during the change between Product Managers -
> from the former to myself. That was mainly because I wanted to sit back
> and take it all in before making any large changes or decisions.
> We currently don't have a public roadmap available for Zanata
> development. What I am wishing to do at the moment is reach out to
> whoever has interest in this field, and seek ideas and feedback on
> Of course, myself and the team have things we specifically wish to
> achieve with the platform, but it is also important that we integrate
> ideas from the different translation communities - who may think of
> something that is totally different to what we're thinking (and better).
> We will have a roadmap out sometime in the next few months. At the
> moment if you have any feedback for us please let me know, as it can
> provide a positive impact on where we go :)
> I have to agree with your observation and experience in terms of
> inconsistent translations across different tools and teams. Working to
> solve this is a major reason why we are working with the FUEL project,
> which seeks to create consistency
> On 08/26/2013 07:02 PM, Kévin Raymond wrote:
>> Le lundi 26 août 2013 à 09:58:03 (+1000), Isaac Rooskov a écrit :
>>> Hi Fedora translators and writers :)
>> Hi Isaac,
>>> My name is Isaac Rooskov. I am the new Product Manager for the
>>> Zanata translation tool, and I also supervise the localization and
>>> translation efforts for JBoss, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and
>>> Cloud business units at Red Hat.
>>> If you have any questions or feedback concerning Zanata I would love
>>> to hear them.
>> Is there a public roadmap for Zanata? Is it still in active
>> I haven't really tried Zanata.
>> The main issue for me, as a translator/coordinator on the Fedora
>> is that we have several translation platform, several teams, and
>> quality level.
>> I understand that the GNOME L10n can use their own platform, as well as
>> RH or Fedora. But this leads to inconsistent translations, wrong
>> from the users...
>> There is no clear solution at all.
>> Even under the Fedora Project with Transifex, we have spread our teams
>> across the wild Web for projects which don't re-use our translation
>> (like yum).
>> Several teams, several platform, several workflow.
>> IMHO best would be to reintroduce how Zanata works, and which projects
>> should interest the Fedora translators.
>>> I'm based in Brisbane, Australia, so if there is a slight delay in
>>> my responses that may be why ;)
>> You can't find more spread than the L10n group :)
>>> Thanks and I look forward to being apart of the Fedora community
>>> with you all.
>> And if you need help regarding the Fedora community/tools, here we are.
> Isaac Rooskov
> Supervisor, Localization Services
> Product Manager, Zanata
> Red Hat
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