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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Weblate instance for testing purposes

I continued doing some translations at Weblate and I must say I get used to it.
In the beginning all changes are strange and we don’t want to change as we are used to the current.
As I got more used to Weblate I don’t see many disadvantages any more and when the history is added I don’t see why we shouldn’t migrate to it.

Kind regards,

sophi schreef op 27.08.2019 16:37:
Hi all,

We have deployed a Weblate instance for testing purpose here:

You can login with your Pootle account. Cloph has updated it with the
last strings from master.

*NOTE*: *it is for testing purpose only*, the test will go-on until end
of LibOCon and we will make a decision about migration from Pootle to
Weblate after this test.

Anonymous making suggestions are not reflected here, only those
belonging to a group are able to test.

Your feedback is very welcome of course, we will take it into account
before making a decision.

Don't hesitate if you have question.
Happy testing :)

Sophie Gautier sophie.gautier@documentfoundation.org
GSM: +33683901545
IRC: sophi
Release coordinator
The Document Foundation

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