On Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 10:30 PM Brian (bex) Exelbierd <bexelbie(a)redhat.com>
On Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 1:44 PM Jean-Baptiste Holcroft
> Hello translators,
> 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 need
> 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.
I guess, this should be quick. Let me see, to develop and ship in next
Three important measures: (1) Package List (#41
>), (2) Language Set and
(3) Translation Threshold
Feel free to add / append issues at
> 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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