[Openstack-i18n] Complete translations are big

Douglas Fish drfish at us.ibm.com
Thu May 8 18:56:11 UTC 2014

Yes, downloading files that are at least 50% translated would alleviate my

FWIW I had hoped this might become the process, but I was thinking more
along the lines of 75% - it turns out for horizon both 50% and 75% would
choose the same languages anyway!

Would this determination be on a per file basis?  Is there any concern that
projects could pick up different translations? (that is, en_US_mn might be
80% translated in Horizon, but not translated at all in other languages).
I don't think its a problem - just making an observation.

Doug Fish

From:	Andreas Jaeger <aj at suse.com>
To:	Łukasz Jernaś <deejay1 at srem.org>,
Cc:	Douglas Fish/Rochester/IBM at IBMUS,
            "openstack-i18n at lists.openstack.org"
            <openstack-i18n at lists.openstack.org>, Clark Boylan
            <clark.boylan at gmail.com>
Date:	05/08/2014 12:32 PM
Subject:	Re: [Openstack-i18n] Complete translations are big

On 05/08/2014 07:22 PM, Łukasz Jernaś wrote:
> Hmm, I was under the impression that we have decided not to include
> translation below a certain threshold in Horizon for Havana, so it may
> be wise to download only those above that.

I can change our jobs to download only files that are at least X %
translated. My proposal would be for X=50.

IMO we should keep our translation setup accross projects the same, so I
suggest to do this change not only for horizon but also for all other
projects - and remove files that are currently below the threshold.

> If only transifex would allow to download translations without login
> we could include that in run_tests or tox, for those who want to have
> complete ones...

But those can also create an account...

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