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Hi Sophie,

2014.03.19 17:38, Sophie wrote:
Hi Rimas,
Le 17/03/2014 22:59, Rimas Kudelis a écrit :
website is a special type of project. For your translation to appear on
the website, someone has to check it out, convert to a
SilverStripe-specific PHP array format, and commit it to a certain
github repo (or clone that repo and make a pull request). That someone
is usually me, but it's not something I enjoy, so I only do that very
rarely. :)

So to answer your question, you can either poke me to make the missing
steps, or you can do that yourself. I would prefer the latter, but if
that is too troublesome for you, I can help.
Is it documented somewhere so we can try to do it without bothering you
or if one day you're not available? Does the infra team have some notes
about the process?

No, this is not documented anywhere, and each time I do that, I rebuild my own knowledge about how I did it the last time. :)

However, it seems that the last time I worked on this project, I wrote a couple shell scripts to reduce the amount of boring manual work. Also, I talked to Christian on IRC today, and he'll probably take over maintenance of this project from me, so I'll send the scripts to him.

BTW it might be better to create a new project (or split it into separate microprojects) instead. The four files that the website project currently hosts actually belong to three different websites: the main one, the extensions one and Google Play. Among these, the files for the main website are being altered and converted from php array format to gettext .po outside Pootle (that's what my shell scripts do). I think it might make sense to split resources that aren't originally in .po format into separate projects.


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