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From Andre Fischer>
Subject Re: Pootle Data
Date Tue, 21 Feb 2012 16:48:26 GMT

On 21.02.2012 10:32, Raphael Bircher wrote:
> Am 21.02.12 09:55, schrieb Andre Fischer:
>> On 20.02.2012 13:38, Raphael Bircher wrote:
>>> Am 09.02.12 17:04, schrieb Andre Fischer:
>>>> Hi Dave,
>>>> On 09.02.2012 16:45, Dave Fisher wrote:
>>>>> Hi Andre,
>>>>> On Feb 9, 2012, at 7:09 AM, Andre Fischer wrote:
>>>>>> On 09.02.2012 15:23, Huaidong Qiu wrote:
>>>>>>> Where can we get the data? I can help to check and understand
>>>>>>> toolset
>>>>>>> and process.
>>>>>> That sounds great. Please have a look at
>>>>> It would be a good idea to add an INFRA issue to JIRA to track
>>>>> loading of this data to the Apache Pootle Server.
>>>> I don't know if we are ready for this yet. First we have to make sure
>>>> which data set to use.
>>>> But you are right, eventually we have to think about how to upload
>>>> data to the pootle server. And when. I mean, once we after the initial
>>>> upload of the whole data set, how do we handle new strings introduced
>>>> by eg new UI elements. One option would be to have the build server
>>>> perform an additional step: determine the new strings and upload them.
>>>> Would that technically be possible, or do we have to manually open an
>>>> INFRA issue for each upload?
>>> I think we have to fill a issue for each upload.
>> Can you explain why?
> We can upload files, but only one by one over the web UI, and we need to
> upload a po for each language. This may work if only one po is affected.
> Else it is much easier to do it over the command line.
> We have no command line access to This is limited
> to the infrastructure project, and we have no infrastructure commiter at
> the time. This will maybe change in future, but it takes time.

So this is more an administrational problem than a technical one.  We 
may have to do it the manual way, as you have described, at first. But I 
think we have to aim for an automatic update process in the long term.


> Greetings Raphael

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