Fedora's Transifex testing instance - help needed
Paul W. Frields
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Fri Feb 19 15:15:27 UTC 2010
On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 11:15:21AM +1000, Noriko Mizumoto wrote:
> Piotr Drąg さんは書きました:
> > Hi fellow translators,
> > Our excellent Infra team is currently testing new version of Transifex
> > (0.7.4) on staging server. We need your help with that!
> > https://translate.stg.fedoraproject.org/
> > They created a special local project with enabled submission support and
> > Publican file structure. You can freely use it to test viewing,
> > downloading, and submitting PO files. Changes here are not permanent,
> > this is just for testing, so play around until you get bored. ;)
> > https://translate.stg.fedoraproject.org/projects/p/publican/c/virt-guide-localhost/
> > You can use your FAS account information to log in - unless you've
> > changed your password recently, in which case the change might not be
> > current in the staging version.
> > Any found issues can be reported at transifex.org bug tracker (if it's
> > upstream software bug), or Red Hat Bugzilla's Fedora
> > Localization/Website component (if it's Fedora's implementation
> > problem). If you are unsure where your problem belongs, feel free to
> > just post it to this mailing list, and we will investigate it.
> > Thanks for everything you do for Fedora users. That's a great job.
> Hey, this is great! I found new step and new feature :-)
> 1. To get to multiple POs, click file mark under 'Options'.
> Basically one PO file constructs one chapter, and filename usually tells
> the chapter.
> 2. New feature added called 'Edit', which allows online translation.
> # Those above should be added in TQSG, and TQSG will be also added in Tx
> soonish, allowing more translators to modify for better TQSG themselves.
Note that this site is a *staging* instance, and that we are looking
for tests only on one specific "project" at this time:
Submissions made here are only going to a clone of the repository that
is on the staging host's local storage, and not upstream.
Changes in other projects are not being transmitted to the upstream
repositories either. Also, some (many?) projects may not even have
submission enabled even where you'd expect it. These will not be
problems in the production roll-out, of course! :-)
Please continue to test the staging instance and report bugs:
* If the bug is in Transifex, report to
* If the bug is specific to the Fedora content itself, you can report
via Bugzilla per normal
Thanks again to the Indifex guys for their support!
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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