Dne 02. 11. 19 v 14:21 Allan Nordhøy napsal(a):
Den 02.11.2019 14:15, skrev Stanislav Horáček:
I would like to ask about the current status of Weblate. If I
understand it correctly, only Weblate will be used for translation of
LO 6.4. However, currently the application looks more like testing
than ready for efficient translating.
To be specific:
- slow performance,
In terms of what? I find it is sometimes slow when a lot of strings are
loaded in zen mode.
The most important are saving translated strings (and going to the next
one) and searching in strings - they are significantly slower than the
same actions in Pootle (based on my today's experience, it could be
- translation memory and terminology are not included (should we add
It would have to be done by someone.
- instructions for translating refer to old Pootle, e.g. .
https://docs.weblate.org/en/latest is a honest attempt at documenting
Is addressing of these issues planned? In other words, is it worth to
wait with translation, or should we live with what we have now?
Depends what you mean. Translations are not saved on the demo interface
If e.g. translation memory is going to be added, then it makes sense to
wait for the addition - otherwise I will start to translate without it.
allan / kingu
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