Transifex in website category
rafaelgomes at projetofedora.org
Wed Mar 10 13:45:25 UTC 2010
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On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 10:07 AM, Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh at redhat.com> wrote:
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> On 03/10/2010 08:02 AM, Piotr Drąg wrote:
>> W dniu 10.03.2010 00:02, Dimitris Glezos pisze:
>>> I'd like to know what our Uber Tx Maintainer, Piotr thinks. He's the
>>> guy who makes these kind of things happen. =)
>> If there are only pluses, there is nothing we can do really. ;) So
>> projects concerned here are these:
>> FreeIPA and SSSD are different from the rest, because they are hosted on
>> fedorahosted.org and I believe they use tx.net only for the e-mail
>> submission feature. Should we count them as 'upstream' projects, or they
>> are willing to switch to t.fp.o after upgrade to 0.7? I'm CC'ing their
>> maintainers, I hope they can clear this out.
> The SSSD is using transifex.net because it supports the email submission
> feature, and t.fp.o did not back when we were setting it up.
> If you feel that it would get more attention on t.fp.o, then I'm all for it.
>> Another different set of packages are iBus and imsettings, which I guess
>> should be moved to tx.net already. It is of course up to their maintainers.
>> For now, I'm going to create "Various upstream resources" (anyone with
>> better naming for it and for current Various?) and move non-fedorahosted
>> projects here.
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