Le 11 septembre 2020 06:31:25 GMT+02:00, Tian Shixiong
<tiansworld(a)fedoraproject.org> a écrit :
Because you don't reply my last message, I guess that you are not agree
to move it(them) back.
I've sent a mail to trans-zh_CN mailing list to tell the contributors
to pay attention to not spend their time on the wrong project(s). I
hope this would avoid the further trouble.
Furthermore, could you please lock the corresponding fedora-website
project under zh_CN language in weblate, and lock the nani, rpm
projects under Simplified Chinsese(zh_Hans) too?
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sorry, really old post reply.
to be honest, i don't know how to really solve the issue
as far as i understand it, two language codes meaning the same language, but depending on
the platform (android, linux, website), one code or another is used.
i feel like whatever we do will require more and more project specific configuration and
will never end.
my only idea to solve that is to align Linux world on the new code, and lock the old code
once for all.
would you mind creating a wiki page with a description of the issue, its causes and
maybe we could also use this page to discuss with weblate to see what could be done to
help your team?
I'll do whatever I can to migrate the linux ecosystem to a sustainable solution, but
an reluctant to make specific configuration per project without knowing we do this to
reach a global goal.