I believe that both projects(Zanata and Transifex) are excellent choices for oVirt, but I have doubts about the largest membership of one or another independent of features.
    I think it would be interesting to accomplish a test aimed at the adoption oVirt, where a version would be submitted to Transifex and myself will take care to disclose to the community, to feel how people receive, after we evaluating, what think about this plan ?


Marcelo Barbosa
Fedora Project Packager/Ambassador

On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 8:03 AM, Dave Neary <dneary@redhat.com> wrote:

On 10/21/2013 11:12 PM, Marcelo Barbosa wrote:
> We have several Fedora related projects[1] using transifex as
> translation platform. I myself have been using transifex for some
> time, but searching for oVirt, I noticed it isn't there. Actually it
> is on Zanata platform.
> I'm wondering if we could take advantage of the big transifex
> subscribed user base and get oVirt in line with main fedora projects
> by migrating oVirt translations to transifex. Not sure if we have
> discussed this matter before. Anyway, I'm able to help with migration
> (if needed) and further help with oVirt translations.
> Could you guys share your thoughts?

I'm a big fan of Transifex, which is, like Zanata, open source. I also
think that translation communities work in ecosystems, and it makes
sense ot have oVirt where there is the biggest gathering of systems
related & virt management projects - which looks to me to be around

Isaac, Carlos, what would be involved in moving to Transifex? What would
we gain and lose from the move?


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