You want to know more about what happened with #Zanata and our translations?The good news is that it works again but nobody knows for how long.We were able to download backups and we wrote a blog article with more details about what happened and which actions we took as reaction to that.You can read it here: https://nikisoft.myblog.de/nikisoft/art/11671991/Zanata-outage-and-our-reactions
@halcyon Did you already try weblate? It has a hosted version which is available for free for opensource projects, but it can also be self-hosted.
@Jbb Weblate Hosted is paid by default.You must apply and hope to get it sponsored by them for open source projects but as far as I know that doesn't work automatically.Selfhosting Weblate would have been an option but I already knew Weblate and wanted to try out something new.Weblate and Pootle are both written in Python so that it doesn't make a big difference for me which one I install.
@ButterflyOfFire @Jbb Ah okay,that's not a good thing about Pootle.You can file a Github issue there if you want to help them.If you want to help translating Halcyon without using Pootle,you can also generate the .po file using anything else and submit it using a pull request.I'm happy that I got everything running and don't want to install yet another translation platform.Oh and if you want to use Pootle,please tell me first as I need to enable languages manually there
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