[Openstack-i18n] Horizon translation status update for Havana
tom at server.biz
Wed Oct 2 21:17:34 UTC 2013
Great suggestion to actually enforce a string freeze if you ask me.
As if the abundance of inconsistencies and duplicate strings in the English
source doesn't make working on translations hard enough...
2013/10/2 Łukasz Jernaś <deejay1 at srem.org>
> On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 7:31 PM, Akihiro Motoki <amotoki at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> Hi Akihiro!
> Thanks for the work you and Daisy were doing to make this happen!
> > == Extra translation request ==
> > Horizon made several number of fixes in RC1 phase and
> > there are several changes in translation strings.
> > I just synced POT files with the latest Horizon master repository
> > and pushed them to Transifex.
> > == Schedule for Havana Horizon RC2 (not determined yet) ==
> > I will request another Release Candidate (RC2) to import translations.
> > The exact plan will be discussed with Gabriel, Horizon PTL from now.
> > My current plan is to import translation updates at the middle next week.
> > I will let you all know if there is an update.
> Let's hope not many new strings will come between RC1 and the next
> release. There are some patches on gerrit which do implement new
> strings, but they should be pretty easy to handle.
> I wonder has there been any discussion on enforcing a stricter string
> freeze policy in OpenStack? Theoretically according to the release
> schedule string freeze was on the 7th of September :)
> Maybe we can do some enforcement either in gerrit via a "i18n
> accepted" flag enabled after the last milestone or some gate tests for
> new strings? Just a thought though...
> Have a nice day,
> Łukasz [DeeJay1] Jernaś
> P.S. Yes, I know I'm new to the community and may sometimes come out
> as a "know it all" type of guy - please know that it certainly isn't
> my intention!
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