[Localization] POT inclusion in Pootle workflow

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[Localization] POT inclusion in Pootle workflow

Postby Alexander Todorov » Tue Jan 15, 2008 12:55 pm

Hello,
I would like to know what's the workflow to include POT files in Pootle?
Currently there are some activities that host their POT files outside
Pootle. Is that due to using external source hosting or simply a matter
of adding the appropriate permissions/settings in Pootle.

IMHO we should try and make the translators' environment as consistent
as possible.

Thanks,
Alexander.
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[Localization] POT inclusion in Pootle workflow

Postby Sayamindu Dasgupta » Tue Jan 15, 2008 1:11 pm

Hi Alexander,

On Jan 15, 2008 10:24 PM, Alexander Todorov <atodorov@redhat.com> wrote:
Hello,
I would like to know what's the workflow to include POT files in Pootle?
Currently there are some activities that host their POT files outside
Pootle. Is that due to using external source hosting or simply a matter
of adding the appropriate permissions/settings in Pootle.

IMHO we should try and make the translators' environment as consistent
as possible.


I agree. At the moment it is slightly difficult to incorporate
projects that use something other than the dev.laptop.org Git services
for hosting the source code. I'm trying to come up with a mechanism
that will make this easier - hopefully we should see something by the
end of the week.
And if there's any project that is hosted in dev.laptop.org Git, and
is not inside Pootle, just file a ticket under the component
localization (and keep me in CC), and I'll add it to Pootle for you
:-).

Cheers,
Sayamindu



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[Localization] POT inclusion in Pootle workflow

Postby Alexander Todorov » Wed Jan 16, 2008 3:08 am

Sayamindu Dasgupta wrote:
Hi Alexander,

On Jan 15, 2008 10:24 PM, Alexander Todorov <atodorov@redhat.com> wrote:
Hello,
I would like to know what's the workflow to include POT files in Pootle?
Currently there are some activities that host their POT files outside
Pootle. Is that due to using external source hosting or simply a matter
of adding the appropriate permissions/settings in Pootle.

IMHO we should try and make the translators' environment as consistent
as possible.


I agree. At the moment it is slightly difficult to incorporate
projects that use something other than the dev.laptop.org Git services
for hosting the source code. I'm trying to come up with a mechanism
that will make this easier - hopefully we should see something by the
end of the week.

Fedora Project's Transinfex is known to work with many code repositories
but changing from Poote to Transinfex will cause additional overhead I
guess.

And if there's any project that is hosted in dev.laptop.org Git, and
is not inside Pootle, just file a ticket under the component
localization (and keep me in CC), and I'll add it to Pootle for you
:-).

Cheers,
Sayamindu




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[Localization] POT inclusion in Pootle workflow

Postby Rafael Enrique Ortiz Guer » Wed Jan 16, 2008 3:21 am

On Jan 16, 2008 2:08 AM, Alexander Todorov <atodorov@redhat.com (atodorov@redhat.com)> wrote:
Sayamindu Dasgupta wrote:
Hi Alexander,

On Jan 15, 2008 10:24 PM, Alexander Todorov <atodorov@redhat.com (atodorov@redhat.com)> wrote:
Hello,
I would like to know what's the workflow to include POT files in Pootle?
Currently there are some activities that host their POT files outside
Pootle. Is that due to using external source hosting or simply a matter
of adding the appropriate permissions/settings in Pootle.

IMHO we should try and make the translators' environment as consistent
as possible.


I agree. At the moment it is slightly difficult to incorporate
projects that use something other than the dev.laptop.org Git services
for hosting the source code. I'm trying to come up with a mechanism
that will make this easier - hopefully we should see something by the
end of the week.

Fedora Project's Transinfex is known to work with many code repositories
but changing from Poote to Transinfex will cause additional overhead I
guess.

Transifex was used at the beginning but it was decided to move all to pootle taking in count that Fedora's trnasifex admins didn't have the time requiered to deal with OLPC's translation proyect, (Fedora is already to large to admin), so now all is focused in pootle were people like sayamindu, xavi and others can manage and put all efforts and time to make things quicker.

And if there's any project that is hosted in dev.laptop.org Git, and
is not inside Pootle, just file a ticket under the component
localization (and keep me in CC), and I'll add it to Pootle for you
:-).

Cheers,
Sayamindu




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[Localization] POT inclusion in Pootle workflow

Postby Sayamindu Dasgupta » Sat Jan 19, 2008 3:46 pm

Hi,

On Jan 16, 2008 7:21 AM, Rafael Enrique Ortiz Guerrero <dirakx@gmail.com> wrote:


On Jan 16, 2008 2:08 AM, Alexander Todorov <atodorov@redhat.com> wrote:
Sayamindu Dasgupta wrote:
Hi Alexander,

On Jan 15, 2008 10:24 PM, Alexander Todorov <atodorov@redhat.com> wrote:
Hello,
I would like to know what's the workflow to include POT files in
Pootle?
Currently there are some activities that host their POT files outside
Pootle. Is that due to using external source hosting or simply a matter
of adding the appropriate permissions/settings in Pootle.

IMHO we should try and make the translators' environment as consistent
as possible.


I agree. At the moment it is slightly difficult to incorporate
projects that use something other than the dev.laptop.org Git services
for hosting the source code. I'm trying to come up with a mechanism
that will make this easier - hopefully we should see something by the
end of the week.

Fedora Project's Transinfex is known to work with many code repositories
but changing from Poote to Transinfex will cause additional overhead I
guess.


Transifex was used at the beginning but it was decided to move all to
pootle taking in count that Fedora's trnasifex admins didn't have the time
requiered to deal with OLPC's translation proyect, (Fedora is already to
large to admin), so now all is focused in pootle were people like sayamindu,
xavi and others can manage and put all efforts and time to make things
quicker.

I would just like to add here that Pootle does have the capability to
talk to other version control systems (like SVN, CVS, bzr, etc). So if
required, in theory, we can support translation for projects that are
not hosted in dev.laptop.org Git.

Cheers,
Sayamindu

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