A question on the L10n Guide wiki page
glezos at indifex.com
Wed Feb 1 09:55:21 UTC 2012
On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 8:17 PM, Noriko Mizumoto
<noriko at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> 'cvsl10n' group had been used to control the submit permission to Tx located
> at translate.fedoraproject.org run by Fedora, so that sponsors of the group
> (coordinators and selected translators) could approve/reject an application
> for an user. Currently Transifex for Fedora has been run by Infidex outside
> of Fedora Infra, and cvsl10n group is no longer used for this purpose.
> I believe that Fedora project translation team formed under Transifex should
> have certain procedure for coordinators how to approve/reject an
> application, like the one we used to have and lost...
Now each team coordinator controls the members of his team, without
requiring a global group. Having some standard procedure for this
would be ideal. Noriko, do you happen to have one for the Japanese
team, or something in mind we could put on our wiki?
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