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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] A common policy regarding weblate bugs/improvements


Hi Sophi,
thank you for the answer. They are mostly minor improvements, so I'll
file them directly
Cheers
Milos

On 12/13/19 10:10 AM, sophi wrote:
> Hi Milos,
> Le 12/12/2019 à 14:34, Milos Sramek a écrit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> with the new hardware Weblate started to be pretty usable. Great! I've
>> spent some time with it and now and I can see some possibilities for
>> improvement.
> Great and thanks for your feedback :)
>> Do we have a policy how to file issues to Weblate? Just as individuals?
>> Or, do we as LO have some kind of "special relationship" with Weblate
>> which would make issues filed in the name of LO "heavier"?
> No special relationship for the moment. I think that if it small issues
> or enhancements, filling them directly make sense. If this is for a
> functionality or a feature and is a must have, then let's discuss it
> here before and see if we can join forces with Fedora, OpenSUSE and KDE
> to fund it.
> Cheers
> Sophie


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