Fedora 14 Update: pootle-2.1.0-3.fc14

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-08-18 19:50:12

Name        : pootle
Product     : Fedora 14
Version     : 2.1.0
Release     : 3.fc14
URL         : http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/pootle/index
Summary     : Localization and translation management web application
Description :
Pootle is web application for managing distributed or crowdsourced

It's features include::
  * Translation of Gettext PO and XLIFF files.
  * Submitting to remote version control systems (VCS).
  * Managing groups of translators
  * Online webbased or offline translation
  * Quality checks

Update Information:

Performance  ===========  * Faster translate page  * Faster searching  * Faster
uploads  * Improved concurrency  * Reduced memory consumption      For users
---------  * Design improvements all over Pootle  * Redesign of the translate
page:      * Better layout presenting more useful information      * Clicking on
XML tags inserts them      * Quality checks are shown on the translate page
* Reviewers can remove incorrect checks to avoid reviewing them again      *
Automatic scrolling to the action on the translate page      * [Machine
from the source or alternative languages  * All users can now remove their own
suggestions  * Extraction of frequently occurring terms  * Add, remove and
modify terms for standardisation in the project  * On upload, the user can
specify the target file or directory  * Better handling of ZIP files uploaded
with an extra directory level      Formats  -------  * Support for monolingual
formats without conversion      * Java properties      * Mac OSX strings      *
PHP arrays      * Subtitle files  * Support for Haiku catkeys  * Support across
all formats for offline translation in XLIFF  * Support for reviewing
suggestions offline with the XLIFF alt-trans tag      For administrators
------------------  * A new admin dashboard with more useful information about
the server  * A new contact form for translators to contact administrators  *
When assigning permissions, users are grouped by their interests  * Row
highlighting to help in several administrative tasks  * Captcha support to
combat spam  * Several new [commands for batch command-line
administration](http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/pootle/commands)  * News
page and RSS feed for projects  * Automatic news items when users join a
language or project team  * Project level permissions overriding others and
allowing even better delegation  * New project languages are initialised from
templates if nothing is present on the file system  * A new field for the
project's source language simplify some management and allows new features
Notes for server administrators  -------------------------------  * Pootle no
longer depends on statsdb and SQLite  * Files on disk are only synced with the
database on download or commit. The old behaviour can be restored at the cost of
performance.  A manage.py command can sync to files on the command line.  * The
database is now much larger. This should have no negative impact on performance,
but we strongly suggest using MySQL or PostgreSQL for the best performance.  *
Pootle 2.1 will upgrade the database automatically from Pootle 2.0 installations
(the upgrade could take some time, depending on your installation)  * Pending
files are not used for suggestions any more, and will also be migrated to the
database during upgrade.  * New settings are available in localsettings.py -
compare your existing one to the new one  * Pootle 1 installations can easily
migrate everything excluding project permissions. We encourage administrators to
configure permissions with the new permission system which is much simpler to
use, since permissions on the language and project level are now supported.
More information about
[migration](http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/pootle/migration)  * Have a
look at the [optimisation
guide](http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/pootle/optimisation) to ensure your
Pootle runs well.

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update pootle' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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