Thanks Maren, I think I would have never found that without your help!
As the release page list all the release platforms (a long list!) I
somehow never thought to scroll to the bottom...
There are no translations for the release platforms yet, but I think
Martin mentioned that before, so I assume that will be taken care of
Regarding copy/pasting from the Wiki: You can stay logged in (
links are excluded from the selection, at least for me in Firefox). I
was more concerned about the classes and other stuff that's copied
verbatim from the HTML source, too, but I thing we got lucky: Apparently
we do not use any of those names on the website, so it worked without
even filtering those out!
Am 11.08.2017 um 17:30 schrieb Maren Hachmann:
At the very bottom of the interface for entering release data, there's a
field for release notes translations (rather, two, one for language, one
for contents). This field is 'old', i.e. it has not been added during
the recent update work.
Translations in any language that exists on the website can be added.
I copied the html from the Wiki (while not logged in, so as to avoid
copy-pasting 'Edit' links).
(I pasted and updated the German ones, too, of course)
As with all the fields, images are an issue. As long as the Wiki exists
and responds to requests, it will work (except for the browser warning
about the SSL encryption, that breaks because the Wiki images come from
another domain and are deemed not safe. I'm hoping it will be possible
to automatically download the images that are already there to the
inkscape-web server, so browser warnings won't be given. I do not want
to do that manually, it's a hellish work, and totally automatable.)
Am 11.08.2017 um 17:02 schrieb Eduard Braun:
Am 11.08.2017 um 15:54 schrieb Maren Hachmann:
I've copy-pasted the release notes for 0.91 (French) into the releases
app on the website, so your work is now available at
How did you do that? Didn't find where any content of the dynamic
content of the releases app could be translated yet.
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