On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 4:25 PM, Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I've been thinking of a new FAS group to give experienced translators
a possibility to directly commit translations, based on
provenpackagers idea. It would give translators with good git/hg/etc
knowledge a chance to speed up their workflow, fix some common l10n
issues (outdated POTFILES.in, POT file rebuilds etc.) by themselves
etc. This is how GNOME projects works, and as many of you may know, it
works well. :)
Basically joining proventranslators group will give read/write access
to every repository on fedorahosted.org
, so joining requests need to
be carefully verified. This process would be entirely optional, and
most translators will continue to use Transifex.
Any opinions, other ideas? Is it even technically possible?
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This won't really be needed if we move to transifex.net
will be easier.
Of course, for specific projects (like docs) being able to commit many
small files would be helpful.
For information, here are the minutes from today l10n meeting:
Kévin Raymond (shaiton)