[WG: I18N & L10N] Have you updated translations for 2.8 or later

Alexandre Ballesté alexandre.balleste at udl.cat
Mon Mar 18 10:53:00 PDT 2013

As far I know, the only two institutions that are actually running 
catalan are UPV and us (UdL). They are also the main contact for the 
es_ES translation, and maybe is too much effort to ask to them. In any 
case,I think that this would be the best solution, but it is a 
potentially dangerous because in the best of the cases we can coordinate 
all this work and take the issues fast, but in the worst ( every 
institution has their priorities and obligations) coordinating these 
tasks in the same time lapse would be difficult.
Also, I suppose that there are more Universities that are the once that 
uses its own translation, how we must work in that cases?
I think that l10n is a difficult and noisy scenario but it's necessary 
to get it more agile. Maybe, its time to start thinking in a long term 
solution and take out the bundles out of the development process and 
centralize them in a dynamic platform. I'mjust thinking out loud, don't 
take it much seriously.


On 03/18/2013 05:41 PM, Jean-Francois Leveque wrote:
> As far as I know, the QA team is not able to test translation updates 
> in every language.
> Alexandre, do you know at least one institution which uses Sakai in 
> Catalan and has not been involved in this translation?
> If you know none, I suggest you do the testing and set the issues as 
> Verified if tests pass.
> On 07/03/2013 23:41, Sam Ottenhoff wrote:
>> The process:
>> 1) JIRA is opened
>> 2) Developer commits against trunk with reference to the JIRA
>> 3) JIRA is marked as Resolved -> Fixed.  If it is bug fix and eligible
>> for merge, change 2.9.x Status to Merge.
>> 4) QA team now responsible for testing.
>> 5) QA team marks as Verified in JIRA if tests pass
>> 6) Branch maintainer can now merge in commit to the 2.9.x branch
>> 7) Branch maintainer updates ticket to set merge status to resolved and
>> Fixed Version to next release (2.9.2)
>> 8) QA group tests again to verify before it is released as part of
>> official 2.9.2 tag
>> On Thu, Mar 7, 2013 at 12:55 PM, Neal Caidin
>> <nealcaidin at sakaifoundation.org <mailto:nealcaidin at sakaifoundation.org>>
>> wrote:
>>     Hi Alexandre,
>>     Do you have a list of the ones which were not merged into 2.9.x?
>>       Maybe we can get them into 2.9.2.
>>     Thanks,
>>     Neal Caidin
>>     Sakai CLE Community Coordinator
>>     nealcaidin at sakaifoundation.org 
>> <mailto:nealcaidin at sakaifoundation.org>
>>     Skype: nealkdin
>>     AIM: ncaidin at aol.com <mailto:ncaidin at aol.com>
>>     On Mar 7, 2013, at 12:51 PM, Alexandre Ballesté
>>     <alexandre.balleste at udl.cat <mailto:alexandre.balleste at udl.cat>> 
>> wrote:
>>>     Hi, the catalan translation is maintained by Universitat de Lleida
>>>     (UdL). You can use my name and address to contact for. We updated
>>>     all bundles 2 months ago. They are in trunk and some where merged
>>>     to 2.9.x and some weren't.
>>>     Bye
>>>     Jean-Francois Leveque <jean-francois.leveque at upmc.fr
>>>     <mailto:jean-francois.leveque at upmc.fr>> wrote:
>>>         Hi,
>>>         Before asking people mentioned on
>>> https://source.sakaiproject.org/viewsvn/reference/trunk/docs/readme_i18n.txt?view=markup,
>>>         I thought it was better to ask here.
>>>         I would like to know which ones of you are maintaining a 
>>> Locale.
>>>         If your email isn't in readme_i18n.txt and you still want to 
>>> keep it
>>>         private, you can answer me privately.
>>>         Otherwise, I think answering on list will be better for the 
>>> community.
>>>         Please note, I will update the readme_i18n.txt file myself.
>>>         Cheers,
>>>         J-F

Alexandre Ballesté Crevillén  alexandre.balleste at udl.cat
University of Lleida
Information and Communication Systems Service
Analyst / Programmer
Twitter: @sinmsinm

Tlf: +34 973 702148
Fax: +34 973 702130

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