The list of Fedora child projects on Transifex is such a long one

Cheng-Chia Tseng pswo10680 at
Thu Mar 8 15:30:42 UTC 2012

Thanks, I have not noticed that there are separated releases. :P

I think it is better to notice translators like me in the fedora Hub
page, and redirect them where they want.

On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 11:05 PM, Kévin Raymond
<shaiton at> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 3:45 PM, Cheng-Chia Tseng <pswo10680 at> wrote:
>> Recently, the list of child projects for a language has become such a
>> verbose one.
>> We cannot easily identify which projects are Fedora centric ones,
>> which are upstream projects, and which are Websites, Docs, Red Hat,
>> etc.
>> Plus, the "Show resources from:" dropdown filter is not useful because
>> it lists all of the projects instead of categories.
>> It is so much inconvenient for translators to pick up those projects
>> we want to emphasize on recently, mostly fedora centric ones, such as
>> ABRT, Anaconda, system-config tools...
>> Furthermore, if I use "Last update" to sort the projects, I will be
>> returned to a list sorted by progress after I click on child project
>> and goes back.
>> I have to sort it again to search for the next one below which I have
>> just translated, and keep waiting Transifex to give me a new list.
>> It is none sense to let translators keep searching and waiting the
>> listed child projects every time they want to translate.
>> To be frankly, the old infrastructure fedora hosted which categorized
>> well is more easy to help us translate fedora.
>> I am so amazed by this new feature.
>> --
>> Sincerely,
>> by Cheng-Chia Tseng
> Hi,
> I agree there could still be some improvement, but actually you should
> use fedora releases.
> The fedora Hub[1] aggregate all its child projects, the one reusing
> the Fedora Project teams. This are the most important to us.
> Then, you have some releases which should be the entry point for one
> to translate resources. Those are actually spread in 4 releases:
> * Fedora Documentation[2], which should hold all docs.fpo content
> * Fedora Main[3], projects like anaconda, abrt
> * Fedora Upstream Projects[4], projects like yum
> * Fedora Websites[5], all *.fpo websites
> Using the appropriated release, that's easier to find a project.
> Of course, if a project has EPEL and Fedora Resource, only the Fedora
> one should be on the Fedora-{main,upstream} release. So if you really
> care about this project, you need to got to its direct link, to see
> all resources available. I have personally not yet found an easy link
> to it…
> Please, mind that projects under a release are set manually, I've
> started to clean things[6], help is highly appreciated.
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> Cheers,
> --
> Kévin Raymond
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