On 10/21/2013 11:12 PM, Marcelo Barbosa wrote:
We have several Fedora related projects 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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