Transifex "Pyro" v0.7 released!
noriko at redhat.com
Tue Aug 25 02:37:32 UTC 2009
Dimitris Glezos さんは書きました:
> Hey all.
> Here's a heads-up on the 0.7 release, which hopefully will be
> available on our servers. Not sure exactly when (Infra freezes and
> other bits), but hopefully soon.
> Indifex and the Transifex Community are proud to announce the newest version
> of their flagship Open Translation Platform, Transifex 0.7 codenamed "Pyro".
> Transifex is a web application that gives translators a simple yet featureful
> web interface to manage translations for multiple remotely-hosted projects.
> Files to be translated can be translated straight from the user's browser or
> retrieved for offline translation, and various translation statistics can be
> read at a glance.
> Thanks to all those who made this possible, but most importantly, the
> communities which use Transifex internally and together we've made this
> release possible: Fedora, Moblin, XFCE, OpenInkpot and spreadlovenow.
> What's new in 0.7
> A full list of the features with details and screenshots, and the bugfixes
> introduced can be found in the Pyro release notes:
> Here’s a list of the major features shipped:
> - Lotte: The Lightweight Online Translation Editor: We’ve talked about Lotte
> in the past. This release showcases the first alpha version of Lotte. Its
> main features are still under heavy development, but following the ‘Release
> early, Release often’ principle, we’ve unleashed this lady out in the wild
> to get some feedback and improve.
> - Fine-grained permissions allow maintainers to control who has access to his
> repository. And that’s not just it. Translators can ‘Request access’ to a
> project too, making it easier for volunteers to show their interest in
> translating particular projects.
> - Submissions to a mailbox: Are you a developer with code behind a firewall,
> or shipping an tarball release? Fear not any more. Transifex can send the
> submitted translations straight to your inbox.
> And more:
> - User Profiles: Becoming more social! Getting jiggy with it.
> - Publican-like I18n Support: For our friends in the Fedora Documentation
> - Simplified branching support: Following the KISS principle.
> - A fresh, pre-configured appliance available in an number of formats (ISO,
> VMWare, Amazon EC2) ready to run with the click of a button.
> - And many, many other improvements in more than 300 changesets and 273 files
> Getting Transifex
> Sysadmins who wish to install Transifex for their own community have a number
> of ways to get their hands on the software. Tarballs and packages are available,
> as well as RPM packages for Fedora, RHEL and CentOS.
> Pre-cooked images which work out-of-the-box are also available in ISO, VMware
> or EC2 form, for both x86 and x86_64 architectures:
> For full installation instructions, refer to the documentation section:
> Let us know what you think on our mailing list or with a reply to @transifex
> on Twitter. Please report any bugs at http://transifex.org/newticket.
> Make a thousand languages bloom!
I like this phrase :-)
Congratulation to Transifex team, and thank you.
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