[libreoffice-l10n] Commit rights

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Santiago Bosio Santiago Bosio
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[libreoffice-l10n] Commit rights

Hello,

I was wondering how could I get commit rights on l10n git tree to
maintain the spanish translation.

One of our biggest problems with OOo l10n workflow was the fact that
we couldn't commit changes / improvements directly to the SDF under
l10n, but only modify Pootle or send an SDF for integration on l10n
CWS that were scarce.

We have the knowledge to generate proper GSI checked SDF files, and it
will be good if we can frequently commit changes to the SDF file. This
will be more than necessary if the planned daily snapshots are
implemented, as we will be able to frequently check our progress.

So, the question is, who is responsible for assigning commit rights?

Best regards,

Santiago

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Lior Kaplan Lior Kaplan
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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Commit rights

On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 12:57 AM, Santiago Bosio
<[hidden email]>wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I was wondering how could I get commit rights on l10n git tree to
> maintain the spanish translation.
>
> One of our biggest problems with OOo l10n workflow was the fact that
> we couldn't commit changes / improvements directly to the SDF under
> l10n, but only modify Pootle or send an SDF for integration on l10n
> CWS that were scarce.
>

I'm not sure what would be our best practice here (po files or sdf), but you
can send link to patches to this list and get them committed.

I think that for now all patches were committed in 24 hours, while most of
them actually in an hour or so.

Just please make sure you diff is clean and doesn't change anything it
shouldn't.

Kaplan

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