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In case, you are not aware, is a portal that allows translators to submit translations via a web UI and you can setup transifex to directly commit to your git repository. It is extensively used by a large number of open source projects including several Django modules and Django itself. Something for you to consider.

mether's avatar
asked 2011-06-25 19:41:38 -0600
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hmm, thanks! I have heard of transifex, but did not know that it can talk to the git repo. Yes it is a very good idea.
Evgeny's avatar Evgeny (2011-06-25 19:43:21 -0600) edit
registering at transifex now, btw there is a bug with uploaded avatars when user name is multiword, will fix this asap.
Evgeny's avatar Evgeny (2011-06-25 19:45:21 -0600) edit
actually, someone added askbot to the TX system already, four days ago :). I'll see what I can do to connect it to the repo.
Evgeny's avatar Evgeny (2011-06-25 19:47:38 -0600) edit
If you need any help, let me know. Transifex originally started as a Fedora Google summer of code project and we are in touch with the developers and use it in Fedora extensively
mether's avatar mether (2011-06-25 19:48:39 -0600) edit
Registered at the site and requested the team, now waiting for the boss to respond. Turns out it is actually someone I know, met at PyCon this year in Atlanta.
Evgeny's avatar Evgeny (2011-06-25 20:23:42 -0600) edit
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There's also a Transifex command-line client, which you can use to sync your local directories (or git tree) with Transifex, similarly to a VCS client itself.

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glezos's avatar
answered 2011-06-27 02:00:18 -0600
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