[Doc-SIG] Fwd: Getting translations from pootle.python.org
Ernest W. Durbin III
ewdurbin at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 10:11:04 EST 2020
Eh, it’s done. I’ve granted Julien Palard Administrator privileges on the
AT some point we should discuss constructing docs/translation related
GitHub groups on the python org, didn’t realize we still hadn’t done so :)
On November 9, 2020 at 10:07:49 AM, Ernest W. Durbin III (ewdurbin at gmail.com)
I see you’re working to perform this transfer. The easiest way is to grant
my user Administrator privileges on the repository rather than trying to
transfer it to me directly.
That reduces the number of transfers needed as I can directly transfer it
On November 9, 2020 at 8:41:13 AM, Ernest W. Durbin III (ewdurbin at gmail.com)
If you make me an administrator of the project on GitHub I can transfer the
repo and give the translations teams access
Username is ewdurbin
On November 1, 2020 at 5:09:37 PM, Maciek Olko (maciej.olko at gmail.com)
Those files are translation files of Python 3.1.
I allowed myself to push the content of the tarball in a GitHub repository.
I wrote a script to convert POs to TMX files. Added those files in "tmxes"
directory and script as "pos2tmxes.py".
I would be happy to transfer the ownership of the repository to Python
organisation, if it would be of any use.
I don't have enough power in the Transifex project to upload those TMXes as
translation memory files.
Could you, @cocoatomo, at your leisure, upload files from
directory to the Python docs' Transifex project?
śr., 28 paź 2020 o 18:24 Maciek Olko <maciej.olko at gmail.com> napisał(a):
> Thank you very much! Those POs are of very big value, it's
> much appreciated.
>> If anything beyond the POs are necessary please let me know and I can
>> grab it for you.
> Thank you, I think that's all that's needed.
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