[Doc-SIG] Looking for language coordinators

Maciek Olko maciej.olko at gmail.com
Tue Dec 10 16:49:31 EST 2019

Hello cocoatomo,

I'll be happy to become Transifex coordinator of Polish team. I am on
Transifex as m_aciek [1].

Kind regards,

[1] https://www.transifex.com/user/profile/m_aciek/

wt., 15 paź 2019 o 18:07 tomo cocoa <cocoatomo77 at gmail.com> napisał(a):

> Hello, all translators
> First of all, I like to celebrate the GA release of Python 3.8 and
> congratulate all members related to this release!!
> I send this email, because I want to share roles on the Transifex project.
> Currently, all join requests and adding languages requests are approved by
> me,
> because I am only the active member assigned roles necessary for
> approvement.
> This structure is come from a historical reason, but it is not practical
> now.
> I have no idea if I should approve this join request, so I always approve
> any join request.
> That is not a healthy way of community management.
> I suggest that each language groups should have at least two coordinators,
> who is responsible for overseeing a particular language within a team.
> For more details, see transifex documents:
> https://docs.transifex.com/teams/understanding-user-roles#language-coordinators
> If you have any comment, please let me know.
> Best regards,
> cocoatomo
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>     email_address = 'cocoatomo77 at gmail.com'
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