Il 03/12/2014 18:27, Sophie ha scritto:
Another follow-up on the discussion we had, who would be interested to
have a translation workflow based on master?
To understand, that would mean that a new project named 'master' will be
created on Pootle. Once a month, Cloph will extract the strings from
Pootle to the source code. The main translation work will happen on this
project with a timeframe of about 6 month to do the work. When a new
version is branched off, the master translations would be used to create
a release branch project.
Note that if you fix something in master project, it won't automatically
end up in the existing release branch-translations, you will have to fix
it these projects too. But the rule of no addition of strings will still
apply for developers, so there will be few changes and minor corrections
What is your opinion on that?
I think it is a good idea, let's try it.
I have to check it and understand if it works for us.
Open Source is better!
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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Workflow based on master · Valter Mura
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