All supported languages were imported except Serbian, Slovenian and
Romanian, because they indicated that they do not want to use our
Pootle. I would happily add them of course, if they changed their minds.
Except trying to have most of the Open Source and Free Software Romanian
translations in one place, I do not understand why the Romanian team keeps
LibreOffice translation on http://tradu.softwareliber.rom but it became
unpractical now with the migration of all translations on this Pootle
There are only few applications translated there and with Transifex,
and other collaborative translation solutions I doubt the success of this
Here I can make Pootle show me the translations in other languages that I
which is very practical when you want to ensure that the sens of the
phrase is the good one. On Narro there's only the Romanian language
Personally I'd like to see LibreOffice Romanian translation migrated here
Pootle, like everyone else.
you should negotiate this with your team leader. It would be even less
practical if half of your team worked on LibreOffice in Narro, and the other
half in Pootle. This has to be a team's coordinated decision.
Just what I said, either we do everything here on Pootle (recommended), or we
move all on Narro.
Currently there are some parts on Narro and some parts on Pootle.
But I'm not the coordinator, otherwise the decision would be already taken.
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