On 27/05/2013 11:55, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
Le lundi 27 mai 2013 à 10:50 +0100, Tom Davies a écrit :
I think Pootle has it's own range of problems. I think all of them have their own set of
I used to quite like the Rosetta thing at Ubuntu Launchpad because it showed bar-charts and such
to make it easier to see how much had been done and how much left to do and how much was waiting
to be reviewed or pushed. Then different languages could compare and even compete a bit to see
who would finish first. Effectively making it into a video game and everyone enjoys games,
surely? However, breaking it all down into such tiny strings meant a lot of context was lost.
So, is it really a good idea to change systems or is it better to stick with what is being used?
Again it's just a question that i really don't know the answer to. I have seen a couple of
people talking about Pootle here but i don't know what other people think.
So, if you don't really know the answer to that, you should refrain from
posting. Seriously. This is a mailing list for people who *work* and
contribute to LibreOffice, not your local pub.
Yes, please Tom, if you don't know, just refrain to give your opinion.
You're not working on localization, so you can't evaluate Pootle and
that was even not the topic of the post. So stay focused on the topic,
make your messages short and post only if you have a real answer.
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