{Spam?} Re: Remove specspo statistics?

Noriko Mizumoto noriko at redhat.com
Thu Mar 20 01:52:34 UTC 2008

Gianluca Busiello wrote:
> Dimitris Glezos ha scritto:
>> On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 4:16 PM, Igor Pires Soares 
>> <igorsoares at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>  Em Qua, 2008-03-19 às 14:09 +0200, Dimitris Glezos escreveu:
>>>  > A quick note to say that we already have a gobby service for 
>>> Fedora, which
>>>  > is basically a collaborative real-time multi-user editor. Since it's
>>>  > 100% FOSS and
>>>  > hosted on Fedora servers, maybe we'd prefer using it instead of other
>>>  > proprietary
>>>  > services. :-)
>>>  >
>>>  >   http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicate/GobbyHowTo
>>>  Thanks for the tip Dimitris!
>>>  I didn't know about this one and I will take look.
>>>  I hope it doesn't have the same limitations as Google Docs, it could
>>>  enable our teams to translate the desc module in a more collaborative
>>>  way.
>> As many people can edit the same lines, and their contributions are
>> marked with distinct colors. One limitation I can think of off the top
>> of my head is that it doesn't support Undo like most editors do. But
>> you can save the doc locally as often as you'd like.
>> If it does succeed, maybe we could add it to our FAQ and/or TQSG.
>> -d
> I tried this tool, because one month ago me and my team (italian) 
> discussed about a collaborative way to organize the translation of the 
> specspo file.
> We firstly explored a way to split the file in chunks by using standard 
> tools and merging them in respect of the po file format, but this 
> doesn't seem really functional.
> Gobby seems to be the right tool because it allows to keep centralized 
> the file during concurrent modifications, but I didn't found a way to 
> use it as po editor; I mean, Gobby can only be used as editor of generic 
> text.
> Anyone knows if there is any kind of integration with po files editors 
> (poeditor, kbabel, gtranslator)?
> Gianluca

I've tried this morning, and it seems that gobby can not work well with 
a heavy file. When I tried to open summary/ja.po (2.2MB) from my 
machine, it took a while and disconnected. Creating a empty new file and 
copying&pasting into it does also not work well, simply I can not paste.
Any idea or tip?


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