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For quite some time I was pretty confident that Weblate will need some UI rewrite at some point. This is always problematic thing for me as I'm no way an UI designer and thus I always hope that somebody else will do that. I've anyway spent few hours on train home from LinuxTag to check what I could do with that.
10th hackweek is over and I think it has been again great chance to hack on something. This year we even had better food supplies so interruptions from hacking were even less frequent.
First day of hackweek did not really go as planned. I had to spend too much time on tasks which I did not now I will have to do in advance.
Hackweek 9 is over and it's time to share what I've done on Weblate during that.
You might have already noticed that there is Hackweek 9 coming next week. At SUSE we will get pizzas, icecream and other nice stuff, but most importantly we can spend the week on hacking anything we want.
Weblate is using Travis CI for continuous integration. That in turn uses virtualenv to test against different Python version.
Last day of Hackweek VIII is over and I think Weblate is pretty much ready for 1.2 release.
Fourth day of Hackweek VIII was for me again mostly spent on Weblate. This time there are no new nice features, but rather general improvements to the code.
As you can see on github, there are currently no open issues for Weblate's 1.2 milestone. Looks like I've done most of my Hackweek VIII project faster than expected, but I might add some more improvements.
Second day of Hackweek VIII is over and there has been again great progress on Weblate.