[Openstack-i18n] IRC meeting today

Ying Chun Guo guoyingc at cn.ibm.com
Fri Jan 22 06:17:23 UTC 2016

Thank you for the explain, Jeremy.
Zanata has API to query translators activities.
We are able to get translators contribution statistic by program.

The criteria for a translator to get free pass, agreed by the team, is to
translate 300+ words in the recent 6 month.
Comparing with the criteria of Gerrit contibution, the date range is
We use "recent 6 month", not "on or after Liberty release day".
Translators usually are extremely active since "feature freeze" till the
official release.
Before the "feature freeze", most translators are quite silent.
So I think it is reasonable to consider translators contribution in 6
month, not "after release".

After I get the translators contribution statistic, I'm able to create a
list of active translators.
Adding them to "extra ATCs" is a way.
Are there any other options to grant them the election rights ?

Best regards
Ying Chun Guo (Daisy)

Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote on 2016/01/21 23:35:20:

> From: Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org>
> To: Openstack-i18n <openstack-i18n at lists.openstack.org>
> Date: 2016/01/21 23:37
> Subject: Re: [Openstack-i18n] IRC meeting today
> On 2016-01-21 07:37:39 +0100 (+0100), Frank Kloeker wrote:
> > * Current plan midcycle meet up
> > * ATC status/Free Access Pass (was discussed in the last meeting in
Dec). I
> > didn't found any information about the procedure in other teams.
> > The only one it's Stefano from the Foundation:
> >
> > I will contact him directly to ask for new requirements in this year.
> ATC status (qualifier to vote in PTL and TC elections) as defined in
> the bylaws is consistently interpreted by our election officials to
> cover any owner of a Gerrit change merged to an official OpenStack
> Git repository since the same date of the prior year (so up to a
> year before to the election).
> Criteria for the 100% discount summit registration codes are decided
> by the conference organizers at the OpenStack Foundation each time
> based on demand and available space, but for the Newton Summit in
> Austin, TX the criteria will be similar to the past couple of
> summits: any owner of a Gerrit change merged to an official
> OpenStack Git repository on or after Liberty release day (October
> 15, 2015).
> For both of these, any "extra ATCs" approved into the list in the
> openstack/governance repo are added to the set. As I understand it,
> because Zanata doesn't have an API for querying translator activity
> yet, this is the only option open to the I18n team for now. The set
> of extra ATCs you added for I18n previously were all set to expire
> this month and need to be refreshed anyway. I recommend updating it
> (soon, so you'll have your summit discount codes as early as
> possible) with something like a list of active translators since two
> PTL elections ago, and then refresh it again with any recent
> recruits when we get closer to election time.
> --
> Jeremy Stanley
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