Translations are managed by Transifex  and site synchronizes new
translations on every 2 (I think) hours. Another test site
stg.fedoraproject.org is used for new upcoming Fedora release. New
translation branch generated from the main translation is used for
each new release. At releasing new Fedora, this new branch becomes
Two comments on this. It's worth noting that SilverStripe, our CMS
allows for live staging pages. Which means that you could litterally
keep your upcoming changes (while previewing them) and publish them
when they're due.
Yes, I know this.
I am not sure what CMS the Fedora Project userans...
is it Django CMS?
I don't know.
As for Transifex: for most localizations, we use Pootle. I don't belive
we put a hard constraint on using Pootle but that's pretty much what
the consensus would work. What's more, Pootle is hosted within our
infrastructure which does not seem to be case with Transifex.
There was transifex on fedora infrastructure before, but they migrated to outsourcing due to
problems in updating transifex service
about 2 years ago.
Is it a problem for you?
It does not. I have a pootle account but I translated LibreOffice website pages directly in
SilverStripe. Today I saw website
project in Pootle but there is no Bulgarian there. I don't understand what will be if there is -
how to use Pootle in site
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