[Openstack-i18n] Horizon translation check site for Kilo

Akihiro Motoki amotoki at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 15:57:29 UTC 2015

Thanks Andreas. It sounds useful and interesting topic.
Regarding infra-cloud, I think it is enough that some limited set of folks from
i18n and docs team. Not all translators and doc writes need to access
such infra.
Of course we can continue to discuss with the infra team.

Perhaps we need to break down plans and action items
so that anyone interested in the work can join.
The important thing is that we cannot assume the situation changes
release by release as personnel, so we need more steady way *as a team*.

I sent the previous mail to mention that I cannot have enough time for
I18N work in Kilo and collect more involevement from other folks :-)
I know not a small portion of folks involved work on translations
as your private time effort (including me). Thus we need to work as a team.


2015-03-05 0:38 GMT+09:00 Andreas Jaeger <aj at suse.com>:
> On 03/04/2015 04:30 PM, Akihiro Motoki wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Kilo-3 is approaching and it is the time to start translations for Kilo.
>> I would like to know the status of the community effort on preparing
>> the Horizon translation check site.
>> In the past releases, I18N team has the horizon translation check site
>> but it was completely provided by my resource and time.
>> For Kilo cycle, I am sure I can provide such site at all because I am
>> spending very busy days on my main work.
>> The same situation continues for three release cycles
>> and I think it is time we should have such site as the team.
>> We should not depend on someone's personal effort as OpenStack community.
>> I may be able to provide the site for Kilo release if I have time but not sure.
>> I would like to raise this topic.
>> If nobody other than me raises a hand, it is no longer a team
>> and it means we fail as a community.
>> I can help the work but don't have enough time to lead it.
>> I hope we have a progress on it.
> I raised the issue on the infra meeting yesterday - see topic Infra-cloud:
> http://eavesdrop.openstack.org/meetings/infra/2015/infra.2015-03-03-19.01.html
> I suggest you continue discussion with the infra folks involved with the
> infra-cloud as well,
> Andreas
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