[Openstack-i18n] Looking for Translations for Nova Mitaka RC1
augustina.ragwitz at hpe.com
Wed Mar 16 14:27:24 UTC 2016
I am the i18n Project Liasion for the Nova team and we are in the process of cutting RC1. Unfortunately I'm unable to find any translation branches. I've tried the following search  and have not found any translation branches with it. If anyone has an idea of where I can find translations for Nova, I would appreciate it.
Sr System Software Engineer, HPE Cloud
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
From: Ying Chun Guo <guoyingc at cn.ibm.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 3, 2016 10:22 PM
To: Openstack-i18n Openstack-i18n
Subject: [Openstack-i18n] Mitaka translation, go!
According to the release schedule, Mitaka translation starts from today.
In the home page of translation website, you can find the detail
information of Mitaka translation plan. The plan includes 6 web projects
and 8 backend projects. Mitaka translation will last for above 3 weeks,
from March 4th to March 28th.
Here are some points for your attention during translation.
1. We start translations after soft string freeze.
It means there will be string changes while you are translating.
So don't be surprise when you notice the percentage of translation
progress becomes smaller.
2. The hard string freeze will happen in the week of March 14-18.
Different projects have different exact time of hard freeze.
After hard freeze, our translation work will switch from
master version to mitaka version. The links in the translation plan in
the home page will be changed correspondingly. So continue your translation
work from links in the home page is a good practise. Also, I will send notice
to mailing list when the switch happens.
3. After hard string freeze and switch to mitaka version, there will
be very few string changes. We can get 10(almost) more days after
hard string freeze to finish up the translations.
Let's work together to make a great success of mitaka translation.
If you have any questions or get into troubles, there are several ways
to ask help from:
1. Get help from your local team through the local communication method
2. Go to #openstack-i18n
3. Send mail to I18n mailing list
There is a whole team who are willing to help.
Ying Chun Guo (Daisy)
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