desc and summary
dimitris at glezos.com
Sat Sep 22 17:50:13 UTC 2007
Στις 12-09-2007, ημέρα Τετ, και ώρα 15:43 +0200, ο/η
nicolas.mailhot at laposte.net έγραψε:
> > De : "Jeremy Katz" <katzj at redhat.com>
> > Actually, nothing says that additional repos can't have their own
> > specspo-type package as well.
> This is considerably upping the bar to creation of a new repository,
> and making impossible the common "collect rpms, launch createrepo"
Is it that bad really? It's a step that could be done by a script and
have the POs hosted at the repo's own VCS, reached by transifex.
> > All of the above said, specspo probably _isn't_ the
> > right answer...
> Yes, it was hyped as necessary to make translator work easy, and now
> you have translators complaining of it.
Is there a way to have these PO files cut into more "logical" pieces?
Translators for example would like to work incrementally from the most
to the less important ones. Or, have a PO with packages that will (most
likely) show up in the main screens of pirut, etc.
Maybe specspo is a good opportunity to start thinking about installing a
pootle server. If the strings don't change very often, the maintenance
cost (merging, etc) could be bearable.
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