On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 12:42 PM, Andras Timar <email@example.com> wrote:
2010.11.20. 10:10 keltezéssel, Rimas Kudelis írta:
2010.11.19 16:06, Sophie Gautier rašė:
I've updated the French localization on Pootle and I'm not sure if I
must ask for the file to be committed here, or if it will be done on a
more automated way for all Pootle languages before 3.3 final.
I'm not sure what exactly the plan is. In any case, I don't think it
hurts the process to ask explicitly for the file to be committed. Lior?
I didn't commit French recently.
Translations can be committed any time to libreoffice-3-3 branch, when
someone asks explicitly.
I would prefer to have this done on a deadline we choose for translations,
and not in a sporadic way.
On the deadline we could take all the translations from master branch on git
and the pootle and make
sure they're committed to the 3.3 branch.
I guess it's time to develop the translation process as part of the release
process. I'm not sure who to work with on this ?
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