[Qgis-developer] share plugins (English required)

DelazJ delazj at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 07:06:25 PST 2016

Martin, note that few hours ago (
Matteo Ghetta has committed in QGIS-Doc repository a description of steps
to have a plugin translated.
It should be available at
tomorrow. It may be of help for your team to get the plugin translated more
easily. (Feedbacks are welcome)


2016-03-11 16:03 GMT+01:00 Richard Duivenvoorde <rdmailings at duif.net>:

> On 11-03-16 15:27, Neumann, Andreas wrote:
> > Hi Martin,
> >
> > This may be a good case where you can set up your own local plugin
> > repository.
> >
> > Maybe there is a Czech FOSSGIS user group that can host it.
> >
> > Hosting a QGIS plugin repository only requires a webserver with an XML
> > file and the plugins as zip files. It is really simple to set up.
> >
> > And it is very simple to add an additional repository to the QGIS plugin
> > repository. Just add the URL and your done.
> >
> > Many larger organizations have their own in-house plugin repositories.
> @martin, if you want, I have examples of those.
> But in general I think it would still be good to stick to the plan: a
> big international repo, which every body can find, which can be used to
> find examples and example code etc.
> And preferably(!) english/multilingual ( and code/tags/description ), so
> Paolo keep pushing, but please keep the plugins coming (even in
> chinese/persian) :-)
> Maybe a feature for the plugin repo: languages used, so you can filter
> on it?
> Regards,
> Richard
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