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Re: [ESD-translators] Synchronizing enc and enc-live

From: Thérèse Godefroy
Subject: Re: [ESD-translators] Synchronizing enc and enc-live
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2021 19:54:52 +0200
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Hi Emre,

Le 24/07/2021 à 07:44, T. E. Kalayci a écrit :
> Hello Thérèse,
> Thanks for the reminder, I added source package to the Turkish folder.

Thanks! I pushed the Turkish translation to enc-live. Don't know when it
will actually go live.

> I don't mean to intrude but I would like to share my humble opinion for
> 2nd point: I think we are currently using (a kind of?) fork strategy.
> Maybe we should use two branches in the same repository to simplify the
> translation and deployment process. We can use *develop* (or similar
> named) branch as default branch for pushing the translations, which will
> be automatically deployed to the staging  and someone with more access
> (from FSF) can merge it to the *main* branch when the translation or
> update is ready (and reviewed & confirmed), which will be automatically
> deployed to the live website. At least this is how I would do it
> personally. (Of course this proposal assumes that we have different
> roles for accessing different branches and merges in the git
> installation and that deployment is done somehow easily and
> automatically through the repository :) ).
> Best,
> Emre

This may be simpler than what we have now, but I think it wouldn't solve
the issue if changes to the English version are done in 'main' and not
immediately synchronized with 'develop'.


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