On Sun, Jun 5, 2016 at 11:35 AM, Sebastian Silva <sebast...@fuentelibre.org> wrote: > Tony, > > El 05/06/16 a las 01:14, Tony Anderson escribió: > > Note: at the last meeting, the emphasis on voting on a series of motions > resulted in no report from the Translation Community Manager. > > This is absurd. It is the duty of the Translation Community Manager to: > > "Report monthly to the Sugar Labs Oversight Board and to the community and > to the public on the status of the translations program, preferably by > blogging informally (blog posts can be any length) to > http://planet.sugarlabs.org using plain language that is understandable to > almost all."
Yes, that is exactly the language in the contract. I would note that I have yet to see a fully executed version of the contract myself, but let's not get hung up on the legal niceties at this point, I certainly haven't let it hold me up on performing the job. I joined the meeting (albeit slightly late), I did not think I was expected to make any report at the meeting, but I would have been happy to address any questions raised. > There is no reason this should happen at the meeting. > > I have seen no activity in the translation team issue tracker: > > https://github.com/sugarlabs-infra/translation-team/pulse/monthly Interesting query construction. . . If you instead you use the simple "closed issue" query link: https://github.com/sugarlabs-infra/translation-team/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aclosed You will see that I have in fact closed a number of the issues posted there. It was a tracker Sebastian created, not really something I sought out, but I'll close them as I can, when I have addressed more important issues first. Most of the work I've done is not captured by this particular issue tracker and I see no reason to do double-entry book-keeping in multiple task trackers, so I would not look this this particular github issue link as a meaningful source of activity tracking. > I expected to hear from Cjl already. Yes, I had expected to have provided the report already, but the request that it be delivered in the form of a blog post has resulted in some delay. I'll get it out shortly. cjl _______________________________________________ IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!) IAEP@lists.sugarlabs.org http://lists.sugarlabs.org/listinfo/iaep