[Sugar-devel] [ASLO] Tech Report
walter.bender at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 08:25:54 EST 2011
On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 8:18 AM, Chris Leonard <cjlhomeaddress at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't think it is necessarily essential to report current status on every
> language, that is tracked by the hosting L10n envirnment. I was suggesting
> something much simpler.
> Yes/No on POT generated and hosted somewhere (or other L10n equivalent).
I may be worth going one step further: since we have such a large
Spanish-speaking community, some indication of whether or not there is
.es support in ASLO would be nice.
> A link to where L10n on the Activity is performed.
> Pootle itself has been re-based on Django if that makes any difference in
> terms of the more sophisticated integration you are suggesting.
> On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 8:07 AM, Aleksey Lim <alsroot at activitycentral.org>
>> On Wed, Mar 09, 2011 at 07:40:44AM -0500, Chris Leonard wrote:
>> > It would be highly desirable for ASLO to reflect the i18n status of an
>> > Activity, ideally with a link to where the L10n of that activity is
>> > hosted
>> > (it doesn't have to be translate.sugarlabs.org). Far too many of the
>> > Activities hosted in ASLO have not been internationalized / localized
>> > and
>> > believe that promoting awareness of the importance of i18n/L10n should
>> > be a
>> > core element of everything that Sugar Labs does.
>> > cjl
>> Will percentage info (basing on untranslated strings in .po files) be
>> good? It should be trivial to calculate it on activity release acceptance
>> Though implementing it on ASLO in current sitation is problematic
>> (though there are might be people who want to implement new features in
>> php code w/ keeping in mind that it will be thrown away after switching
>> to the django). At the same time, I'm working on totally different sugar
>> sharing model(that looks-like/basis-on regular PMS) and going to have
>> release in april. Such .po analysis might be implemented in the new
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