Web based translation tool

Aric Stewart aric at codeweavers.com
Mon Jun 17 19:11:41 CDT 2013


I just wanted to say that I have not totally abandoned this.  A few months ago I again contacted my contacts at the various web translations sites and go no new good news. Still nothing gave us everything we needed.

I have been super busy with other work (hence the smaller number of patches as well) so I have not had time to really dig into weblate.  I have it bookmarked and want to dig.  Very first pass seemed to have very little information about what is required and how to set it up.

I have some more time this week so I will give it a much more serious look and try to see what I can find out. 


On 6/17/13 4:30 PM, André Hentschel wrote:
> On 04.04.2012 16:05, Michal Čihař wrote:
>> Hi
>> Dne Thu, 15 Mar 2012 10:12:14 -0500
>> Aric Stewart <aric at codeweavers.com> napsal(a):
>>> I do not know if Weblate will work or not.
>>> Basically we have 3 big requirements that have been sticking points for
>>> various solutions.
>>> 1) Real Names and e-mails for all contributors
>>> 2) Individual attribution for all translations. So we know exactly who
>>> changed what string.
>>> 3) Generate incremental diffs/patches/change sets divided based on
>>> translator.
>>> Generally it is #2 that has been the hardest for projects to cope with.
>> I think Weblate now does all you request here. The software still has
>> some rough edges, but I want to polish them on way to 1.0 release in
>> upcoming weeks.
> Hi all,
> meanwhile there's Weblate 1.5, it seems to have what we want.
> Is there still a reason not to use it for Wine?
> Otherwise, could someone on the codeweavers side please have look at integrating it?

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