Transifex 0.8 Magneto -- woohoo!
Paul W. Frields
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Wed Mar 3 19:48:04 UTC 2010
On Wed, Mar 03, 2010 at 06:03:46PM +0200, Dimitris Glezos wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 5:58 PM, Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag at gmail.com> wrote:
> > W dniu 03.03.2010 16:52, Dimitris Glezos pisze:
> >> Correct -- we could just choose not to use Teams in Fedora, since they
> >> are per-project.
> > If it can be disabled for our instance, then I'm all about updating to
> > 0.8.
> I suppose we can simply remove the related Teams Tab from the UI.
> > It has many advantages and such, it's really a great release. I'm
> > just worried if it would slow down the process of update. Is it possible
> > to update stg.t.fp.o to 0.8 ASAP? We could use the time before freeze
> > ends to test it.
> Yeah, the whole upgrade/testing process has been a bit painful so far.
> I'm not sure exactly who should we ask to lead this or how we could
> play around with the templates etc.
If this throws a wrench into the process of just getting
translate.fp.o updated to a version that fixes current pain points, I
am not in favor of it.
It sounds like updating to 0.8 means we need to go back several steps.
That could hurt the deadlines for Fedora translators, correct? If so,
it may be too late to embark on that course.
There's no reason we can't look at updating again after F13 release if
I'm correct. But even in that case I would hesitate to talk about
another quick update unless the people who want it are ready to devote
cycles to the staging, testing, and other work required to put it in
However, I'd like to hear from the L10N steering leaders, because the
L10N teams are the ones most affected by this. The highest priority
is that we not further disturb the L10n schedule for F13.
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