it did the trick, thanks a lot!
Now to find out where to change repository browser URL and be happy :)
On 10/4/21 13:34, Yuri Chornoivan wrote:
понеділок, 4 жовтня 2021 р. 14:26:13 EEST Zdenek Dohnal написано:
> Hi all,
> I'm upstream of system-config-printer project on github, which has
> translations hosted on Fedora Weblate (Jean Baptiste was kind to set up
> the project in Fedora weblate for me several years ago).
> Unfortunately I have a merging issue on the project - I've followed the
> steps on Fedora Weblate  and Weblate FAQ , but still I cannot
> unlock the translations - it seems I don't have permissions on the
> project to run 'wlc' operations - I cannot do 'wlc commit', 'wlc
> 'wlc unlock' or 'wlc push'.
> For example, 'wlc pull':
> Error: You do not have permission to perform this action.
> 'wlc unlock':
> Error: This command is supported only at component level.
> The steps don't mention where I should be when I issue these commands -
> I expect I should be in the directory, where github project is cloned
> and weblate project is added as remote repository there.
> I've tried to push the changes even via 'git push' directly to s-c-p
> weblate project, but it ends with error:
> $ git push weblate master
> fatal: unable to access
> The requested URL returned error: 403
> Would anyone mind helping me to unlock the project? And giving me
> permissions to use wlc and push the changes into s-c-p weblate project?
> Thank you in advance!
>  https://docs.weblate.org/en/weblate-4.8/faq.html#merge
> Zdenek Dohnal
> Software Engineer
> Red Hat Czech - Brno TPB-C
I have unlocked the project and added you as an administrator. Not sure if this is
Hope that helps.
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