Annoucement: New translation status page is installed

Bernd Groh bgroh at redhat.com
Tue Jun 22 09:38:32 UTC 2004


If you have only 2 translators, then it may not be a problem, it gets 
more difficult with 10. And if you have 20+ translators to a language, 
peer-to-peer communication has proven not to be ideal. In this way, 
everyone is informed of who is doing what. You only have to [Take] a 
module once, and then it belongs to you until the translation is 
finished, or you [Release] it. We believed this mechanism to be 
extremely helpful.

Regards,
Bernd

Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan schrieb:

> Sulyok Peti wrote:
>
>> My opinion is that conflicts should be resolved according to the docs of
>> CVS. By using this take-over tech. teamwork has to be done outside CVS,
>> or by using another CVS repository. This might be painful for teams
>> working on the large PO files like dist and anaconda.
>> Regards,
>> Peti
>
>
> Agreed. Previously, I and another Malay translator working together 
> with anaconda totally using CVS. No issue about take over. Both 
> updates their own tree and resolve any conflict prior to committing 
> new translation. It works well and we manage to complete it before FC2 
> release.
>
> I don't see the benefit of the take over mechanism here. Can anybody 
> explain?
>
> Thanks.
>
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