Modules missing in i18n.redhat.com
fedoratrans at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 17:33:03 UTC 2007
I hope you don't take offense by my questions. I am just trying to
understand. Also, I think you are doing a great job. Good that you are
trying to fix the problems with different VCS:es and all the other work
However, I do not like that situation where everyone is using all different
VSCs. I can just see all the problems that will happen. Why can't Fedora
just decide on one VCS for all projects? If Fedora is going to do such a
radical change to use many different VCS, then the whole system has to be up
and working before they can do the switch.
Right now I don't have much time to do anything. Otherwise I would throw
everything in one CVS, so people can continue translating as before.
It feels like I don't know which leg to stand on. Install 4 different
VCS:es, just use web download, wait for Dimitris workaround or just stop
On 7/30/07, Dimitris Glezos <dimitris at glezos.com> wrote:
> O/H Magnus Larsson έγραψε:
> > So different project use different VCS? And you have to have an account
> > on each of them OR use Transifex (which is in "early stage"...)? Is this
> > correct?
> Right. The first part of the sentence was true before as well -- different
> projects had their PO files hosted in different VCSs (the Docs project
> comes in
> mind). It's just that now we (will) have a tool to bridge this gap and
> both translators and developers to live happily ever after :)
> Of course, nobody stops us (or someone from the team to be more specific)
> temporarily dumping all the PO files that interest the FLP in `/cvs/l10n`
> we deploy Transifex.
> We're in a testing phase right now. Drop by #fedora-l10n if you'd like to
> test it in the next few days. ;-)
> > On 7/27/07, * Karsten Wade* <kwade at redhat.com <mailto:kwade at redhat.com>>
> > wrote:
> > On Wed, 2007-07-25 at 23:51 -0400, Magnus Larsson wrote:
> > > I like the new translation pages. That's an improvement.
> > >
> > > Not sure I understand, but it looks like the translations are now
> > > stored in 9 different repositories using 3 different version
> > > systems?
> > > Is this going to change or?
> > > (I would prefer using one version control system pointing to one
> > > repository....)
> > To goal of Transifex (that Dimitris is working on) is to make it not
> > matter which VCS a module is in. All the translation can be done
> > through translate.fp.org <http://translate.fp.org>. Including any
> > upstream/outside project that
> > wants to be hooked in.
> > We continue to use CVS as the main VCS for Fedora, but some projects
> > wanted to use a new/different VCS. Transifex makes it possible to
> > translate for those projects _without_ using the native VCS tools
> > git, svn, cvs). If you prefer to interact directly with the VCS and
> > have an account, you can do that as well.
> Dimitris Glezos
> Jabber ID: glezos at jabber.org, GPG: 0xA5A04C3B
> "He who gives up functionality for ease of use
> loses both and deserves neither." (Anonymous)
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