Okay here is LoCo Council’s email: email@example.com
The team: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-lococouncil
Here is GNOME Translation Project’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscribe here: https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-i18n
Did you post anything? Can you post the links to the discussions?
That is an awesome offer. But personally, I think that instead of putting our efforts to migrate to a new system, we should be spending time to redesign our workflows to work closer to upstream (in whatever tool they use) and figure out what are our requirements to integrate that work.
Is there a way to contact the DevOps or architecture engineers to discuss some open source solutions? Is someone from Canonical/Ubuntu team involved?
I’m translating upstream already as we agreed before. I’m using Gtranslator which have many plugins such as TM, dictionary, glossary, etc. It’s kind of buggy and unmaintained but it works fine for me.
As part of my efforts I’ve filed the following bug, hoping that soon I’ll collect enough features to improve the translation module.
This is regarding GitHub and GitLab support, GNOME and Freedesktop moved over to GitLab, I’m guessing some adjustment is needed from Launchpad’s side.
Yes, the inability to link GitLab issues is annoying. Hopefully they fix that soon.
Not sure how it’s related to translations, though. Anything I’m missing?
Nope, you’re not missing a thing, just making sure I’m on the right track.
I need to compare functionality in order to file a very good bug report, otherwise it’s no use.