Hello, the Fedora project migrates its translation platform to Weblate .
This tool directly interact with your git repository, and requires us to know:
Metadata Update from @rcritten:
- Issue assigned to rcritten
So apparently there hasn't been a push to Zanata in almost three years (Feb 2017). A number of string changes have happened since then, I don't know if it would be better to pull the current updates or just drop them. Just glancing at the ~60k diff it looks like the vast majority of the changes are just line numbers so maybe it would be ok.
Similarly the pot file hasn't been updated since 2017 either.
@nalin you are the owner in Zanata, can you lock the project? I have a local copy of the current translations if I decide to go ahead and merge it.
specific checks: none for now, I assume I can enable in the future?
detect files?: No, this is already managed by POTFILES.in
Well, not a good news indeed=2E But that's life, this is an opportunity of =
us to improve=2E
Anyway, you should delete every single po file with no translation=2E Zana=
ta had this bad habit to have empty translation files=2E
It will lower a lot the size of the merge=2E
You can use the 'pocount =2E/pofolder --csv'
Even if you don't update it now, Weblate will do a pot update of all po fi=
les, and you'll end up with a giant commit=2E
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