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GlotPress is a collaborative, web-based software translation tool.
This blog contains development updates and longer descriptions of some of the GlotPress features.
You can learn more about the project and the development at the GlotPress Trac.
Milan, I completely agree with this, but we’ll need more hands/eyes to test the patches on the code that has changed, quite a lot sometimes, since they were submitted. Any takers?
Peter, Zé, Juan Ramon, and 1 other are discussing. Toggle Comments
I would like to take it, hence and while…
What is the task?
I’ve seen that most issues in the trac are very old. If we review them and upload patches to the trac or we test another patches, it will be merge to the core?
As Juan asked, will reviewed patches be merged into the core? The reason for asking is the fact that you yourself have a trac ticket #164, that is on needs-review for 4 months now.
Is there a development team who approves patches and merges them into the core? I know you can submit to the SVN as can Nikolay of course but who else?
Right now, only Nikolay and myself (and Nacin) can commit, so, the question here is how to work out a way for patches to get in to core? I suggest (subjectively) that we do a thourough review and testing of the more pressing patches and commit those. The quality of code of individual contributors should then, over time, indicate candidates for core-committing privileges. Again, that’s just me, all suggestions are welcome.
Sounds good. Do you with “we do a thorough review and testing” mean the 3 mentioned or will there be a review/testing team, or is it just anybody who can say Yes It Works
I do suggest that you and Nikolay setup a roadmap with milestones and assign the tickets accordingly. That way it’s easier to pick up tickets and work on them.
Maybe even set Trac up the way WordPress core is setup.
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