Annoucement: New translation status page is installed
bgroh at redhat.com
Wed Jun 23 23:50:53 UTC 2004
Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan schrieb:
> Pedro Fernandes Macedo wrote:
>> How will you define the automatic release interval (if you are going
>> to implement this)? One possible problem I can imagine is that when
>> the strings freeze date comes closer , a auto-release should happen
>> faster than during the rest of the development. Maybe a 1 week
>> release interval and a 2 day interval during development phase?
> I would prefer 24 hours release on normal development phase and 1 hour
> on approaching (2 weeks before) deadline.
I believe 24 hours on normal development is acceptable, since you should
do a commit overnight, even if you haven't finished.
> Currently, I'm doing Take, Commit, Release style, where I only take
> when I'm ready to commit, committing the changes, and then releasing
> it back after commit. By doing that, other translator will have the
> opportunity to translate, and it's not totally assigned to me only.
The use I intended was that first, you check the status pages for
availability of a module. If it is available, and you intend to
translate it, you take it. Then you do a cvs up, to make sure you're up
to date. Then you work on it for as long as you wish, do a commit, and
release it again if you don't intend to keep working on it for a while.
If you change your mind and you don't intend to work on it anymore,
release it straight away. If you only take it before you do a commit,
you leave a lot of room for conflicts.
> Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan
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