Blog o Weblate
Weblate with Mercurial or Bazaar
Recently, I've learned about git remote helpers feature in Git, which allows to transparently use Git with other version control systems. As Weblate currently supports only Git, it was quite obvious to give this approach a try.
Weblate charts of activity
Weblate recently got another new feature - charting of translation project activity.
Hosted Weblate and new website
Today, Weblate got new website. It should better promote it's unique features and give users better idea what it is about.
FOSDEM 2013 summary (Sunday)
FOSDEM 2013 is over and it's time to look what interesting I have seen there on Sunday.
FOSDEM 2013 summary (Saturday)
FOSDEM 2013 is over and it's time to look what interesting I have seen there on Saturday.
Weblate 1.4 on SUSE Studio
It took me some time, but finally updated appliances with Weblate are available. As usual, it was built using SUSE Studio.
Weblate 1.4 has been released today. It comes with lot of improvements, especially in configurability, admin interface and usability.
Roadmap for Weblate 1.4 and 1.5
As usual, I've changed my plans for Weblate 1.4. Simply before I got to implementing features I wanted to have there, I've already implemented bunch of other things, which are worth releasing.
Weblate has per project ACL
I've got yet another question whether Weblate has any sort for ACL to limit access to project. As usual, my answer was no, but I started to think how I would implement such feature.
Improvements in Weblate master
As there is still some development ongoing in Weblate, it's time to share information about some of the features you can expect in upcoming release.