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Re: [Health-dev] [task #15141] Migration of Pootle server translate.gnus
Re: [Health-dev] [task #15141] Migration of Pootle server translate.gnusolidario.org
Fri, 4 Jan 2019 12:26:02 +0100
* Luis Falcon: " [Health-dev] [task #15141] Migration of Pootle server
translate.gnusolidario.org" (Fri, 4 Jan 2019 05:32:56 -0500 (EST)):
> Dear all
> The update of the new strings of GNU Health 3.4 HMIS node is taking a lot of
> resources and time in Pootle translation server.
> Therefore, we are migrating the server to another platform with more
> resources, that hopefully will make it easier.
> Pootle is a great piece of software, but GNU Health has a massive amount of
> strings (especially in genetics and icd modules) that might require to look to
> an alternative solution for 3.6
thanks for taking care to get a more performant solution.
If you are migrating anyway, you could perhaps have a look at weblate . I
have no personal experience, but according to what I read it seems way better
maintained than pootle. There is also a docker setup available , which could
ease a first test setup.
One feature of weblate appears to be very useful: for me it is very important
to have direct access to the translation repository or at least to have a
reliable way to upload (translated) po files directly. My last experiences with
pootle at pootle.tryton.org were a PITA in this respect. Think e.g. at the
translation of icd10, which can be best made via a proteus script directly in
Tryton. Generally I usually still prefer to translate inside Tryton, because I
am much faster than any web interface could be. So the upload feature is a
basic requirement for me.
Best to you,
Gilgenmatten 10 A
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