[OpenStack-I18n] language specific view in Zanata

Ian Y. Choi ianyrchoi at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 17:21:23 UTC 2016

Hello Robert!

Yes. I am the one who really wanted to such functionality.

On last Austin Summit, we discussed Zanata enhancement requests on I18n 
Austin workshop
and Etherpad URL is: 
https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/I18n-Zanata-enhancement .
(I have just added 'Feel free to add here for request' section on this 

Zanata seems to be enhanced a lot through so many commits.
translate.o.o uses 3.7.3, and current Zanata latest version is 3.9.5
, and there are more than 1,000 commits!

Alex, could you check which Zanata version will implement (or already 
implemented) such functionality?

By the way, currently Stackalytics does not support to apply language 
filters (It may be a bug?).
The numbers in 'Contribution by companies', 'Contribution by modules' 
and 'Contribution by contributors' are not filtered
by language currently.
For example, numbers using 
http://stackalytics.com/?metric=translations&language=german and
are the same for such sections.

IMO Stackalytics is also nice to check translation progress (although no 
percent will be shown).
I set this also in my priority, but currently the priority of 
stackalytics is lower than other things listed in
IRC meeting agenda: 
https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/I18nTeamMeeting .

With many thanks,


Robert Simai wrote on 10/12/2016 1:00 AM:
> Hi,
> as a translator for a specific language I'm mostly interested to make sure
> that all relevant projects and files for my language are complete.
> Unfortunately in Zanata I need to access my files through
> Project
> -> Version
> ->-> Languages
> ->->-> Documents
> to finally see how we're doing. I'd clearly prefer to start with my language
> and have a more plain view of all projects (or better documents) and their
> status.
> Does anyone know if that's achievable in Zanata or would that be an
> enhancement request?
> To not consequently stringfreeze is annoying but this would at least
> mitigate the situation and not require clicking through each and every
> project, even they were known to been at 100% translated before ...

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