[OSGeo-Discuss] [Projects] [OSGeo-Live] Moving to Transifex - step 2 - Battle testing
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Tue Oct 24 13:05:05 PDT 2017
Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately, I didn't know about those
alternatives (and I presume that the rest of the team too, since no one
It is also the same bias as github, where everybody knows it so it is also
a bit more attractive too people.
Some of us also had worked on transifex for other FOSS projects, so we had
this knowledge to help us set up the whole process.
It is a bit late now to see how it works, ask SAC to provide an instance
and test its integration with sphinx.
But it will be studied if we plan to leave Transifex in the future.
2017-10-24 12:38 GMT+02:00 Sandro Santilli <strk at kbt.io>:
> On Tue, Oct 24, 2017 at 07:38:00AM +0200, Nicolas Roelandt wrote:
> > Transifex will hugely simplify and improve the sustainability of our
> > translation experience (over our previous manual spreadsheet / git / .rst
> > process).
> > It offers machine translation.
> > It provides a review process.
> > It shows us what is changed in the English doc version.
> > It shows translation progress
> Sorry to mention as I understand it took a long time to set this up,
> but I'd add an additional point, that since 2013:
> - It is proprietary software
> From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transifex:
> >> Transifex itself was originally an open source project, but the
> >> development of an open source version of the software was discontinued
> >> in 2013. 
> More info:
> A possible alternative owuld be Weblate:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weblate (GPLv3+)
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