Sorry, I don't quite understand what you mean. Does this mean that we shouldn't do our LXDE translations on Pootle anymore?

Regards, Pjotr.


2014-03-26 13:07 GMT+01:00 Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bsnet.se>:
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Hi
Things happen and most of them at the same time. Sorry for failing on
you guys.

We stopped the automatic sync between Pootle, SF and github.
Things got messy.
SF sux.

Earlier today I did a git pull and git push between Pootle and the
remotes (SF, github, gitorious and ofc git.lxde.org).
After that I switched the origin for all applicable repos in the GTK+
family to git.lxde.org.

This means that no changes will be pushed to SF from Pootle at this
point. Those who want to still maintain changes inside repos in SF.net
need to tend to that themselves. I do however recommend that people
stop doing that.

No automatic sync is active at Pootle at this time. Changes from
Pootle that translators are pushing will end up at git.lxde.org.

Repos pushed from Pootle to git.lxde.org:
* gpicview
* libfm
* lxappearance
* lxappearance-obconf
* lxdm
* lxinput
* lxkb_config
* lxmenu-data
* lxmusic
* lxpanel
* lxrandr
* lxsession
* lxtask
* lxterminal
* menu-cache
* pcmanfm

Repos pushed from Pootle to SF because they are not available at
git.lxde.org
* lxlauncher
* lxpolkit
* lxsession-edit

The Qt repos are not included in anything with regards to the above.
Yet. The Pootle integration is not finalized in any way.

- --
brother
http://sis.bthstudent.se
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