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From "Marcus (OOo)" <>
Subject Re: [RELEASE PLANNING] New release planning template in the Wiki
Date Sat, 07 Jun 2014 12:32:08 GMT
Am 06/07/2014 02:03 PM, schrieb Andrea Pescetti:
> On 06/06/2014 Marcus (OOo) wrote:
>> As promised some time ago I've now created a schedule plan for a new
>> release.
> This will surely be helpful. I made some changes, but I'm confused about
> the three translation phases. For sure this part is not reflecting
> reality, we don't have three translation phases. The process is as follows:
> - We set a deadline for new translations to reach 100%
> - We set a deadline for existing translations to be fixed in Pootle
> - We set a deadline for updating/integrating dictionaries
> - We currently don't set deadlines for the Release notes, but we could
> The three deadlines can well be the same. And any action requiring code
> change must be requested in Bugzilla (so: if fixes are made in the
> French translation, volunteers will open an issue to integrate the
> fixes; same for any other actions).
> A translation never "starts": it is always open, and volunteers can ask
> for import from Pootle when necessary.
> I don't know how to put this process in the current version of the plan.
> What did you have in mind with the three translation phases? A full
> import at the end of each phase? We are not doing that and we won't so
> long as we use the current technology.

The 3 phases came from the reality in the past - at I remeber this way. 
We made some last minutes changes into the build, even when it was after 
the deadline.

So, IMHO we should count with this. That was the reason for the 3 
different entries.

Of course this can be changed. It was just a first try to create a plan.


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