[OpenStack-I18n] [Proposal] I18n Contributor Guide doc folder to follow documentation structure
eumel at arcor.de
Tue Oct 30 07:22:41 UTC 2018
Yeah, that was also my first reaction. A restructured, more standardized
I18n guide would be good. But before we have to define for us, who is
user, who is administrator and who is contributor (in the direction of
translation or contributor to I18n tools).
And nevertheless before that we have to finish the developement of the
project doc translation pipelines, that depends mostly on me.
Am 2018-10-28 11:29, schrieb Akihiro Motoki:
> Another question.
> What is the main motivation behind this proposal?
> If all contents fit into "contributor", "contributor" directory just
> will add another extra path.
> 2018年10月28日(日) 19:27 Akihiro Motoki <amotoki at gmail.com>:
>> Basically +1.
>> I would like to raise a question whether it makes sense to move all
>> contents to contributor/.
>> Some contents are for the infra and/or i18n admin. They might fit
>> into admin/.
>> The i18n repo is different from other repositories, so the
>> categories of contributor, admin, and user might be different.
>> At least I believe our current contents should be categorized.
>> 2018年10月28日(日) 2:06 Ian Y. Choi <ianyrchoi at gmail.com>:
>>> Hello team,
>>> I18n contributor guide ( https://docs.openstack.org/i18n/latest/ )
>>> based on rst files in
>>> folder, but
>>> the folder structure is different from
>>> other project documents after project document migration .
>>> How about moving rst files except index.rst into "contributor"
>>> like 
>>> to follow project document structure?
>>> With many thanks,
>>> OpenStack-I18n mailing list
>>> OpenStack-I18n at lists.openstack.org
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