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#21 2013-09-23 07:09:33

philwareham
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

Well that’s my childhood memories ruined :)

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#22 2013-09-23 07:25:05

philwareham
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

Hey Jukka,

Is there any way you could create one of those repo tests which would report back how many empty strings there are in each language pack. It might be good for users to see at a glance how complete a Textpack is (and it’s currently quite easy to miss a strong or two when translating).

Not sure if that could be written to a file too?

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#23 2013-09-23 09:46:57

Gocom
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

philwareham wrote:

Is there any way you could create one of those repo tests which would report back how many empty strings there are in each language pack.

Running phpunit now dumps the empty string counts to stdout, but writing test for that is not possible; the tests suite would never pass.

Not sure if that could be written to a file too?

If you want to save output for your own needs, try PHPunits logging flags or output redirection;

$ ./vendor/bin/phpunit > /tmp/log.txt

Last edited by Gocom (2013-09-23 09:49:26)

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#24 2013-09-23 10:10:56

philwareham
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

Cheers Jukka. That helps.

When I get round to writing a new forum sticky on how to contribute translations, I’ll periodically paste the results there so people can see the state of various Textpacks.

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#25 2013-11-03 14:17:16

pompilos
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

Hi all.

I’m the former translator of the Spanish textpack. I find Github a very complex plattform, but I finally managed to send my first suggestions to the es-ES pack. A question: who validates the proposals and when do I know if proposals have been accepted?

Anyway, in the former RPC Server, when I entered the site I knew immediatly what where the tags that needed to be translated or updated (by comparison with English version). Is there some way of detecting that a particular textpack needs to be updated?

Cheers.

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#26 2013-11-03 15:08:06

philwareham
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

Hello Jose,

I’ve merged your pull request in GitHub and also updated the RPC server with these changes. I’ll eventually update the language contribution instructions on this forum (when the new forums go live) but in the meantime a couple of ways to track whether languages need updating:

  1. Keep a track of the history of the English (GB) file, since that is the default that all other Textpacks use as a base.
  2. Look at the Travis CI build message and see if your language has empty strings.

You can also ‘watch’ the GitHub repo, which will generate messages when any changes are made to the repo.

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#27 2015-07-06 20:29:02

gaekwad
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

wet wrote #274633:

A hint:

mysql> select name, translate, last_access from txp_users where last_access > date_sub(now(), interval 1 year) order by last_access desc;...

Requesting an up-to-date output of this command to help with translation efforts, please. Thank you.

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#28 2015-07-06 22:09:04

Bloke
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

gaekwad wrote #292687:

Requesting an up-to-date output of this command to help with translation efforts, please.

Running that on the RPC server reveals… just me, Phil and Robert in the past year. And I’m only in the list because I just logged in to run the command!

Most people have been contributing on Github the past year, which explains it. But going back three years, this is what we have:

name        translate   last_access
Bloke       en-gb,en-us 06/07/2015 22:02
philwareham en-gb,en-us 02/07/2015 20:58
wet         de-de       29/09/2014 05:27
Pat64       fr-fr       11/02/2014 09:03
alexsander  pt-br       07/02/2014 10:06
kees-b      nl-nl       19/01/2014 19:38
pompilos    es-es       17/01/2014 14:58
milosberka  cs-cz       05/01/2014 12:19
nn--        ja-jp       18/12/2013 14:53
lll9p       zh-cn       20/09/2013 04:40
beztak      cs-cz       22/04/2013 08:20
gour        hr-hr       16/03/2013 08:34
cbasilio    pt-pt,pt-br 09/03/2013 10:43
giampablo   it-it       23/01/2013 20:06
papuass     lv-lv       13/12/2012 14:28
Natalya     uk-ua       06/12/2012 07:01
els         nl-nl       23/10/2012 23:27
sinacher    fa-ir       15/09/2012 10:03
the_ghost   ru-ru       10/09/2012 21:07
eg          lt-lt       24/08/2012 08:48
elwins      lv-lv       05/08/2012 11:13
arif        id-id       04/08/2012 09:50
gerhard     ro-ro       02/08/2012 09:57
playpiggy   zh-cn       01/08/2012 02:25
anton       sv-se       31/07/2012 21:05
tizrom      he-il       31/07/2012 10:57
mamash      cs-cz       31/07/2012 09:28
Dragondz    ar-dz       17/07/2012 10:08

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#29 2015-07-07 07:18:19

gaekwad
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

Thanks, Stef – appreciate it.

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#30 2015-07-07 12:28:19

wet
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From: Lenzing, Austria
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Re: Call to help translate (now via GitHub)

Bloke wrote #292691:

Most people have been contributing on Github the past year, which explains it.

I think Phil has locked logins to the RPC server back in 2014, which explains it even more ;)

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