On Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 1:44 PM Jean-Baptiste Holcroft
When reading the GNOME 3.32 release notes, I noticed this page:
It tells us the list of languages with more than 80%.
I feel like it could be interesting to start producing something
equivalent for Fedora.
Thanks to Sundeep Anand, we now have Transtats, and the following page
looks like to contain the required information:
click "Detailed" on top right.
If we want to do such things, I assume it means:
* agree on the minimum list of packages to take into account
I suggest we use base list of packages required by the Edition/Spin
being reported for. That way we don't have to define this list.
* validate the values of transtats is good for these package (we
to validate one or two language results per package)
* draft the appropriate documentation page
I wonder if the transstats folks could code up a quick report for us
that would get us to automation faster.
What do you think of this?
Are you willing to help so we have it for F30? (according to the
schedule, it means we have one month to produce it)
In the future, I hope this work may be automated and provided directly
by Transtats ;)
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