On Thu, February 22, 2018 11:04 pm, Tom Lane wrote:
> Alvaro Herrera <alvhe...@alvh.no-ip.org> writes:
>> Please join pgsql-translat...@postgresql.org.
> What surprises me about this thread is that apparently the sad state
> of the v10 translations wasn't already discussed on that list?
The list is more or less dead - over the past 6 months there where only
between 1 and 5 messages per month.
> I have no objection to calling for more translation volunteers on
> this list --- in fact, probably it'd be a good idea to call for
> more help on pgsql-general, too. But it doesn't seem like it's
> quite on-topic for -hackers otherwise.
I do think it would be a good idea to at least send a translation summary
once a quarter to the translators list and maybe include hackers and
general - many might not be aware of the 80% rule.
Also an automated summary one ore two months before a major release as a
"call for action" would be good to avoid such mishaps.
Last but not least I'd be able to help with the german translation, but I
have no clear idea how, or what the actual status is. Are German
translators actually needed?
And while I have no problem entering some texts on a website or edit a
file with an editor, the process described here:
sounds complicated and leaves me unclear on quite a few things, for
instance how would I submit whatever work I've done? Do I need git? An
account? Where? And how does it all work?
I guess a lot of potential translators who aren't programmers would be
left baffled, too.