LibreRouter: new project with software and HowTo booklets
I'm talking with coders... we're moving forward on changes to be more compatible with TranslateWiki, and we're coming up with questions about TranslateWiki:
1) We're looking at 4-7 different pieces of software to translate. Each piece has it's own practices of what branch development happens in, so we're getting all that info in one place. Arranging direct push commit access for TranslateWiki to the development branch of each software is part of our conversations.
2) If one or two pieces of software are ready to connect with TW.net before the others, can we go ahead and connect those? If yes, how?
3) Can the TW.net platform translate the Readme.md file for each software? Or maybe we'll have to setup a separate help folder with a file in each language, like at https://github.com/LonamiWebs/Stringlate/tree/master/help -- would that work? Is there a TW.net parser-generator for MarkDown .md files?
4) Is there a smartphone interface for TW.net, either via a web browser or a special app? (It seems that using a computer with a keyboard and at least a 10-inch screen is easier for translating, but sometimes a smartphone is the only device available to a translator.)
5) How do we include screenshots in the translator notes (the qqq messages)?
1) Are those pieces in different git repositories?
2) Yes we can. I need the basic info about the repository, push access, file format.
3) We do not have MarkDown parser at the moment. It could work as translatable page.
4) Amir is working on a Telegram app. There is also unmaintained android app. The web interface should accommodate tablets pretty well, but mobile phones are not well supported.
5) Uploading them here in translatewiki.net and using the wikitext syntax to include them. Can also put direct links to images, if they are too large, but then translators have to click.
1) Yes, each piece in a different repo.
2) The first two pieces that I think are ready:
- LibreMesh Web UI
- format: Gettext
- branch: not yet decided. Development usually happens in a new branch for each feature or fix, and then gets merged with "develop". Here's a conversation going on now about commit access for you/TW.net, wondering what branch to give you commit access to: https://github.com/libremesh/lime-packages/pull/254
- format: JSON
- branch: "uhttp" until December-ish, then "develop".
3) "It could work as translatable page." Do you mean it could work without a parser?
4) Cool! I hope Amir and crew get that Telegram app to a usable release.
5) Where in TranslateWiki would we upload the screenshots? When you say "too large", what are the maximum dimensions of the image (like 80px by 200px)? What is the maximum file size?