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Hi everybody,

Am I the only one experiencing a very slow Pootle server ( Sometimes I have to wait
minutes for a request to return, and the browser window even becomes
unresponsive in Chrome during the wait.

At first I thought that it was just Pootle that for some reason couldn't be
any faster, but then I tried working on the translation of Pootle itself,
which takes place at And wow, what a speed
that Pootle installation has! It felt 5 or 10 times faster, and I think in
total I was at least twice or three times as efficient in my work on that
server compared to my work on LibreOffice. Working on that server, you can
actually browse through all translations one by one (for instance using
Ctrl+,) at a speed close to editing a word processing document locally on
your computer!

Are we simply talking lack of funds for a more capable server, or is there
something else wrong with our Pootle installation or setup?

Or do we have different servers for each language so that only the Danish
server is slow? How's the setup?

I am sure our Pootle administrators are doing their very best with the
resources available, but I am just curious to hear a little more about what
is happening.

Best regards,

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