[OpenStack-Infra] Translation check website

Ying Chun Guo guoyingc at cn.ibm.com
Thu Nov 19 08:22:58 UTC 2015

Hello, openstack-infra team

I'm going to start to work of translation check website.
The spec is

Akihiro MOTOKI has created some scripts/configuration files to set up a
personal check website used by Japanese team.
I think I could refer to his work, change the scripts/config as needed, and
set up the check website on top of Openstack infra.
I have a few questions about how to set up these scripts/config.
Please help to guide me to finish this work.

1. Which repo and which folder should I add those scripts/config files ?

The scripts are in https://github.com/amotoki/horizon-i18n-tools.
These scripts are used to pull translations, and change the language drop
down list of Horizon.

The config files are in https://github.com/amotoki/ansible-i18n-devstack/
They are Ansible jobs to pull devstack, populates local.conf, pulls
horizon-i18n-tools and setup a cron to retrieve the latest translation.

I think I need to change the codes as needed, and then upload them to
Does openstack infra use Ansible ?
Where to store them ?

2. When pulling the latest translations, there are two choices.
One is to pull from Horizon repo, the other is to pull from Zanata.
Which one do you suggest ?  Lyz may help to answer this question.
If pulling from Zanata, could I get a sample of script to install Zanata
client ?

3. How to get a machine to set up the website ?

4. How to get a domain name ? for example: translation-test.openstack.org ?

Thank you.
Best regards
Ying Chun Guo (Daisy)
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