[Openstack-i18n] Fwd: Horizon translation importing policy for Havana RC1

Parag N(पराग़) panemade at gmail.com
Tue Sep 24 12:23:01 UTC 2013

 Looks like my initial reply was missed to mailing list hence forwarding
this to list.

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Hi all,
 I am totally new to this Openstack project but would like to provide my

On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 12:07 PM, Akihiro Motoki <amotoki at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> We discussed the criteria of importing Horizon translation for Havana RC1
> and agreed that we will import only 100% translations at the last I18N
> meeting.
> I have several questions to clarify.
> What do you think? I would like to know opinions from I18N team?
> (1) What is 100% translated?
>     Does 100% mean that all **three** resources (Horizon, Horizon
> JavaScript,
>     OpenStack Dashboard) are completed?

 I think any project when get 100% translated status for all their po files
in it, one can say that language is 100% supported.

> (2) Do we remove translations not completed (<100%) from Horizon repo?
>     RC1 release is created from the repo. This means that if we don't
> remove
>     them non-completed translations will be shipped in RC1.

I don't thing we should ignore the efforts of language translators by not
including partial translations. At least I see that can be a start for
localized user to get familiar with those translated strings in UI. But yes
assessing the translation quality is a different topic here.

> (3) What should the language list of the user preference form be?
>     I believe the default language list is important.
>     - All 100% translated languages should be listed.
>       Some languages needs to be added.
>     - Non 100% translated languages should be removed or listed?
>       If so what is the criteria? Over 50% on Transifex?

 Let all languages be listed there. If decision need to be taken for
removal of partial translated languages then better remove all and have
only 100% translated languages else list all.

Parag Nemade
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