Requests from Fedora
Currently investigating: https://zanata.atlassian.net/browse/ZNTA-968
On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 11:56 PM, Brian (bex) Exelbierd <bexelbie(a)redhat.com
> On Thu, May 24, 2018 at 8:01 AM, Jean-Baptiste Holcroft <
>> Le 24/05/2018 à 07:22, Yuri Chornoivan a écrit :
>>> Yes, that's exactly what I meant. They are on the bottom of the most
>>> unexpected page. Great usability improvement!
>>> The new left panel is full of options that are almost useless for
>>> and developers but you cannot reach in a few clicks the most important
>>> what is updated and what you need to translate.
>> I do share the same analysis.
>> And I do not see improvements for team coordination either.
>> Dear community members, fellow translators of Fedora, Zanata developers
>>> lied to us for several years. No fixing, no improvements. Just new
>>> degraded usability and promises.
>> I'm not sure we can talk about lying. There is an implicit promise from
>> the developers to meet the needs of the users, but the Zanata team has not
>> really made any commitments to us other than hooks for Fedora-Hubs.
>> I assume Zanata tries to address a different use-case than the one we
>> have in the Fedora Community. It's more obvious now.
> Alex, can you share how Fedora feature requests are looking as far as the
> roadmap goes? It seems we need some serious team support here for a
> community project to be more effective.
>> Can we change our translation server for the software where developers do
>>> listen to their users, with more features and reliable support, like
>>> or Pootle?
>> I do administrate Weblate instance for quite some time now and do know
>> how to host it (on Debian). I'm fully ok to help of a proof of concept.
>> So people can have an idea, have a look as what opensuse do:
>> No translation platform is perfect, it's a matter of choices.
>> Zanata has a great translation memory feature, competitors don't, but
>> competitors help you to understand what's going on, what to do and make
>> you're sure you're sync with upstream.
>> That's a great subject for a Fedora Activity Day
>> Jean-Baptiste Holcroft
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