So for information, I've discussed on IRC with Cloph who told me:
there is the terminology project or the per-directory terminology files,
but the translation memory is from amagama
So it's not sure we will be able to remove it as Amagama server is a
shared instance over projects.
I wrote to Dwayne today to ask him if the 2.6.0 release is ready and
when it could be deployed to our project. From what I know this version
include a local TM. I also asked him how to update Amagama with our LO
TM (that would help those using Virtaal too).
After that, TDF would like to see their team also deploys Deckard to be
able to have something like that http://deckard.malizor.org/, using
Glade to see our strings in context.
I'll keep you update when I get an answer from Dwayne :)
Le 05/11/2014 11:44, Mihovil Stanic a écrit :
Is currect TM for LibreOffice using Mozilla TM also?
I know Dwayne works for Mozilla also, not sure if TM memory is shared.
05.11.2014 u 10:33, Sophie je napisao/la:
I'm taking care of it. Dwayne is the developer of Pootle and Amagama and
works with us already.
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