[Openstack-i18n] Zanata? New translation platform for Kilo?
amotoki at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 16:04:34 UTC 2015
I was not aware of the infra-spec. I am happy to know the work.
I usually work on Horizon I18N integration and run a site for translation check
and am also an active translator. I am afraid I don't have enough time to help
the infra work of migration to Zanata in Kilo cycle, but at least I
would like to
help the work as a translation coordinator.
In addition, let me note that my experience on the translation check site
is available via my github repos . I hope it helps the work
though it is simple.
 Translation import scripts: https://github.com/amotoki/horizon-i18n-tools
 Ansible playbook: https://github.com/amotoki/ansible-playbook
2015-01-19 2:41 GMT+09:00 Elizabeth K. Joseph <lyz at princessleia.com>:
> On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 4:20 AM, Akihiro Motoki <amotoki at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I see there are some discussion related to Zanata in the last IRC meeting.
>> I have a question on the status of the transition to the new
>> translation platform.
>> When will the new platform be available to all translators?
>> Do we migrate our translation platform to the new one in Kilo?
> The short answer: I don't know. We have a lot of work to do before the
> move and we're only at the beginning. See the spec here:
> We're currently working on the Puppet modules to bring up an instance
> in the OpenStack Infrastructure, but there's still all the tooling
> around it to write once we have that going so we have feature parity
> with the current system.
> Once we have something for the translations team to help with I'll be
> in touch here on list.
>> If so, IMO we need to migrate to the new one and clarify
>> its basic workflow until Kilo-3 is released.
>> Many translations are done by volunteers who are not backed by companies,
>> so we need to provide enough time for them to learn new workflows.
> Great feedback. On the infra side we certainly won't push this until
> the team is ready and communication will continue throughout our
> Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph || Lyz || pleia2
Akihiro Motoki <amotoki at gmail.com>
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