Module Movements in the repositories

Runa Bhattacharjee runab at
Fri Aug 17 12:26:17 UTC 2007

Hi Dimitris,

Dimitris Glezos wrote:
> O/H Runa Bhattacharjee έγραψε:
>> Hi,
>> Since quite a few modules are being moved by their maintainers to new
>> repositories, it is perhaps a good idea for the Translators to be
>> informed as well.
> Good idea. Good communication is always good practice. Developers should always
> send an email to trans-list for anything that might affect the translation of
> their module.
>> Right now the repository list can be  determined from:
>> I would like to propose the following:
>> @ Request the maintainers to send in a notification mail to the main
>> devel-announcement list
>> @ The above mail can be cc-ed or forwarded to the fedora-trans list for
>> notifying the translators
>> @ A page linked from the Fedora Translation Project wiki page, listing
>> all the available repositories and their respective account information.
> Good ideas. The best place to note the requirement for notification would be the
> guidelines we discussed on creating in the previous meeting.

Would a new wiki page for this be required or can it be squeezed in, in 
any other existing location on the wiki?
> Also, I tried a while ago to summarize all the repositories we are currently
> handling at:
> Do you think that these are enough for now?
This looks pretty good. Just the link to this part needs to be 
prominently placed on the main L10n wiki page.
> Transifex will give us the ability to put more comments for each repository
> directly on the module page (damned lies doesn't support that for now). Or, even
> create a separate page for each repo at (example)
> /submit/repository/fedora-cvs/. If this is a good idea, then a ticket would be
> the best first step I guess. It would be a good low-hanging fruit for anyone
> who'd like to play a bit with Python.

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