[Xfce-i18n] outsourced translation teams
leandro.regueiro at gmail.com
Thu Mar 4 21:22:53 CET 2010
>>>>> Thanks. Can I write some little text about the galician team to give
>>>>> orientation to newcomers?
>>>> Not on the website. You can request a feature for this on
>>>> transifex.org (an additional per-team text field to write something
>>>> about the language team). Doesn't sound like a bad thing.
>>> Why not add a link to the team on wiki like
>>> http://wiki.xfce.org/translations/team_dk and edit there.
>> How can I add a link in
>> https://translations.xfce.org/projects/p/xfce/team/gl/ ? That is the
> I'm aware of that you cannot do this. But a wiki is a better place for
> editing than on a web page IMO.
> So I just suggested to add the possibility of the link for the
I am not against it. It is a very good idea. But the actual interface
only allows to change the mailing list (only one), add coordinators
(several), add translators (several) and nothing more. You cannot put
a text nor a link. My idea was to put a little text with a link on it
pointing to http://trasno.net/xfce:inicio (our wiki).
Your wiki has a lot of things that we don't have on ours, since Trasno
project is a project made of translation projects, so we share a lot
of things among several translation projects, like the glossary, the
style guide, the mailing list... so we doesn't need to put a lot of
text. But yes, it is useful for some other languages, like yours.
This issue should be easy to fix, but it is likely to be postponed or
marked as already sent, like the other three I sent :(
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