Last year we were talking (offline) about an idea of organizing
Fedora Localization FAD. So far nothing more has been decided.
There was an idea to organize it during or near another big
conference so we could save money on travel & accommodation,
especially for the people from outside Europe (Noriko, Pravin,
I'm thinking about you). As Flock date and venue has been
announced, do you think we can organize L10n FAD together with Flock?
- I suggest to organize FAD immediately after or immediately
before Flock but not during Flock. If you organize it during
Flock then people will be unable to attend both events.
- Much depends on how long the event will be. If it is one day
or less then it does not make sense to move anywhere from
Dresden, due to the travel cost.
- Translation sprint has been already scheduled to start on
August 15, that is 4 days after Flock. It would be nice to
merge it with L10n FAD and make it non-virtual event. However,
I think we don't want the FAD to be that long: 4 days as a gap
between those events + few more days to include the sprint at
- Poland was mentioned as a suggested location. If this is your
preferred destination then I can help organizing. Usually it
is possible to find accommodation 3-5 times cheaper than in Dresden.
However, if you have another decision it can be any country
in a reasonable distance (Czech Republic is worth considering).
- Note that August 15 is a public holiday in Poland.
- It is likely that I will be unable to attend the FAD (which
I regret) but still I can help organizing.
for F28 final release we are going to have several changes on our websites,
which also means we will have new strings and updated content. That's the
reason why we need to freeze translations at some point.
Actually we are still updating the content, but we didn't push it to Zanata
yet. Before doing so we will stop pulling translations to production until
F28 release date. You will be able to check your work in staging, so please
don't stop translating during the freeze, it's just a way to preserve your
translated strings in production until we merge F28 into master.
As usual I'll send another reminder once we enter the freeze.
Thank you all for your work.
We have updated the design and contents of our home page *http://zanata.org/
<http://zanata.org/>* for better user experience.
Any feedback is welcome.
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I'm Eduard Lucena (x3mboy) host of the Fedora Podcast . In the
podcast, one of the main things we are having is the transcripts of the
audio files, so people can read the interview or whatever we do in the
episodes (right now are just interviews), not just listen; and because we
are having a lot of people listening to it, I would love to have those
transcripts translated. I've created the project in Zanata , so if
someone wants to help, please go for it.
Thanks a lot in advance for any help you can give me.
P.D: I hope is not too hard to translate, because is just conversation and
maybe some parts are just slang.
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