Satoru Matsumoto schrieb am Donnerstag 25 September 2008:
I mean, if someone, who has an account for Novell/openSUSE but is not a coordinator of the Localization Team, find that the front page in their tongue is not up-to-date, he(or she) cannot translate & update them by himself(herself) and should contact to their coordinator of the Localization Team first ?
Some parts of the page can be edited directly, some cannot. So whenever you you have suggestions NOT related to the announcements, please contact me or Robert Lihm and we can update the translation. The announcements are editable via a WYSIWYG editor. Until now, the access is protected by a propritary user list but will be based on iChain soon. So everyone with an Novell account _could_ change the announcements when he was granted the permission. The idea is that the announcements should be consistent through all languages (except local events and the like). So we currently think of an "notify chain", so whenever the leading translation is changed, the translators will be notified to upgrade their language too. To whom will be given access permissions will soon be discussed internally and on the lists. But I am confident that this will be a very open and transparent process. Greets, Andreas -- Skype: andreas.demmer ICQ: 103 924 771 http://www.andreas-demmer.de