From a weld perspective, weld-dev is the right place to discuss this,
we keep a close eye on the moderation filter and let through messages from non-subscribers
which are not spam.
On 17 Dec 2010, at 07:26, Sean Flanigan wrote:
I think jboss-l10n blocked Pete as a non-subscriber. Unfortunately,
don't think cc-ing multiple lists works very well these days, unless
everyone who might reply is on both lists anyway.
This [deciding on the writer/translator workflow] is probably one of
those rare cases where a forum thread would work better than a mailing
list. Or perhaps the issue tracker?
On 16/12/10 19:15, Pete Muir wrote:
> Adding weld-dev to keep everyone in the loop.
> Thanks Sean for your help on this.
> We currently aren't releasing any translations due to the translations being
largely out of date (I look for at least 50% translation to release a guide, otherwise it
just is a bit odd!), so there is no freeze right now!
> On 16 Dec 2010, at 07:03, Sean Flanigan wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> The Weld Reference Guide 1.1 has now been imported into Flies for
>> translation, along with a copy of the 1.0 translations (just for
>> reference). Thanks to Pete Muir for helping with this!
>> Pete, is the reference guide frozen for translation? (I gather the
>> release is very soon.) This list is probably the best place for letting
>> translators know about documentation freezes.
>> Sean Flanigan
>> Senior Software Engineer
>> Engineering - Internationalisation
>> Red Hat
Senior Software Engineer
Engineering - Internationalisation