> Alexandro Silva had been working on this. Alexandro, do you have any
> updates? The original bug
> was https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=599066
> On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 6:20 AM, Gil Forcada <gforcada gnome org
> Hi sysadmins.
> I'm quite sure you are aware of the new moduleset proposal
> made by the
> release team and the discussion that started at the gnome-i18n
> list about how to support external modules not hosted on GNOME
> In the following mail Claude says that Damned-Lies the program
> that runs
> on l10n.gnome.org
could support auto-commit from the web
> interface but
> is blocker is on your side.
> Please, could you elaborate the stat of the affairs regarding
> Could we try to get the details of why it isn't done yet? Not
> to blame!
> just to elaborate a plan or try to figure out how to fix the
> In a not so recent survey we made on GNOME language teams
> one of the more requested features for improving Damned-Lies
> was to get
> auto-commit from within Damned-Lies itself, so if anyone can
> fix that
> blocker be sure that your work will be hugely appreciated!
> El dv 15 de 10 de 2010 a les 09:41 +0200, en/na Claude Paroz
> > Hi,
> > In recent discussions about new GNOME modulesets
> > several people have expressed the proposal to install a
> > instance to replace Damned Lies.
> > I'm absolutely not opposed to such an idea. But I'm also not
> > that we will be able to keep current D-L functionalities.
> However if we
> > get some new ones, maybe the global balance might still be
> > I think the main objective would be to support (a)
> auto-commit in GNOME
> > git infrastructure (the blocker is currently on sysadmin
> side) and (b)
> > auto-commit in an i18n branch of each tracked branch for
> modules not
> > hosted in GNOME infrastructure.
> > We need now some people to take care of this. Personally I
> > don't have the required time to dive into this issue.
> > Here are some steps we could follow to go further:
> > * Find a team of people to take the job
> > * Install a Transifex instance on GNOME infrastructure
> > * Configure Transifex for GNOME needs
> > * Test Transifex global functionality (pilot languages?)
> > * Decide to switch (or not to switch)
> > Thoughts?
> > Claude
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