[Geany-i18n] Translations support system
palbuquerque73 at xxxxx
Thu Jun 4 18:11:06 UTC 2015
about the technical part I'm a zero, but have a little experience with
Transifex and it's really easy for translators. Pootle is also nice, and
Weblate. These are all easy to use from my point of view.
Just my two cents,
On 04-06-2015 17:39, Frank Lanitz wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Felipe's mails remembered me on a huge point on my personal agenda for
> translations of Geany: Kind of a webinterface where translations can be
> done in a collaborative way without huge fuzzying around with git master
> etc. We had this under discussion quiet a lot during the last 10 years
> but nothing really happend -- my bad at least at some points ;)
> So I like to ask: Is somebody of you having any experience with using,
> administration, installation of any collaborative tool for translation
> What we currently have
> Translations are stored inside git within folder /po. This will most
> likely not change, as this is kind of a pre-set value. However,
> translations are generated by using tools like poedit oder Geany based
> on GNU gettext and the geany[-plugins].pot-file inside po-directory.
> This catalog is currently inside git master only update regularly in
> front of an release. Also we do have scripts running for
> http://i18n.geany.org and http://i18n.geany.org/plugins providing
> updated po files based on a daily run -- but these are not synched to git.
> In past we had trying to make some usage of launchpad of Ubuntu, but at
> least I had the feeling it's not working very well.
> What I hope we will have at some point
> I pretty much looking for a webinterface, where I can update in a fast
> and easy way translations. E.g. I see a typo (currently I'm doing it on
> github editor but this might not work for everybody). Also I would like
> to have access to some kind of a dictionary/translations catalog
> enabling use same phrases around geany and geany-plugins as well as use
> common translations, so the user is feeling "at home" somd kine of.
> So anyone able to give input here?
> I18n mailing list
> I18n at lists.geany.org
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