i18n is RH maintained, for technicaly poorly skilled people hard to use
system. Therefore translate.fp.o was raised to
1. move fedora related projects to its infrastructure
2. allow fedora friendly projects to move to fedora infrastructure
3. allow non-technicaly skilled people to work on translations
This is how I understand this. The translate.fedoraproject.org
IMHO higher priority as some of the projects already moved there and
if they are on i18n than they are probably outdated there.
...well sometimes I have a feeling, that two paralel branches are there
too - one on i18n, the other on translate, however this is only my
feeling. The main translation tool should be transifex - now in testing on
public5, soon to move to t.fp.o.
On Sun, 30 Sep 2007, Richard Allen wrote:
I'm a bit confused :) For years now I've been translating
the Red Hat and
Fedora tools using the system at i18n.redhat.com
and all is well...
Obviously I have not been paying the attention to this mailinglist I should
have because yesterday one of my friends pointed out
to me. No team, no
Coordinator but thankfully, out work is there.
In the system at i18n.redhat.com
I'm listed as the maintainer of all the IS
files but not in the translate.fedoraproject.org
I presume one of those systems has a higher priority than the other ?
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