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Hi Leif, all,
Le 06/01/2015 10:43, Leif Lodahl a écrit :
I think this problem is escalating.

My hope was that the holiday period could give us time to finish the
translation of 4.4 but it didn't happen.

Translating with Pootle is PITA. And for the Danish translation I can say
that we have more or less given up on it. At least two of our regular
translators has left the project (temporarily I hope) because of this

Maybe a temporary solution for them is to use Virtaal, until we try to
see where we can enhance things here. I'm not sure of what can be
exactly done, but this is something I would like to discuss during
Fosdem (in the light of Cloph answer here

I think the issue should be raised to management level or at least be

I would like first to give a try to the new workflow and see how things
improve here. I've also contacted Dwayne (Pootle developer) multiple
times but his availability is very low, I'll write him again today.
LibreOffice is a very large project and we have few comparison elements
with other projects. However, if we need to test other software in
replacement, we will do it. I still have Weblate to test
( in mind, but well before replacing a
full installation, I think trying to enhance it is better, again due to
the large project we have.


Sophie Gautier
Co-founder - Release coordinator
The Document Foundation

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