Weblate Blog / Milestones
After almost six months of development Weblate 2.5 has been released. It brings lot of improvements and it's quite hard to point few ones. The most important ones include support for Python 3, reports generators, placeables highlighting, extended keyboard shortcuts, configurable dashboard or group based ACLs.
It has been seven years since I've joined SUSE (for second time, but that's different story). As everything has to come to the end, I've decided to make a change in my life and leave safety net of being employed and go for new experience with freelancer life.
Weblate 2.1 has been released today. It comes with native Mercurial support, user interface cleanup and various other fixes..
Weblate 2.0 has been released today. It comes with lot of improvements in backend and completely new user interface.
Today, Weblate got new website. It should better promote it's unique features and give users better idea what it is about.
Weblate 1.4 has been released today. It comes with lot of improvements, especially in configurability, admin interface and usability.
Today, I wondered how much translations were done using Weblate since it was born. Of course I can give only numbers for services I maintain, the biggest one being translation server for phpMyAdmin, Gammu and Weblate.
After few weeks of heavy testing, Weblate 1.0 has been released today.
After about week of (not so heavy) development, I can announce availability of Weblate - web based translation tool with tight Git integration.
For some time, we use Pootle as online translation tool for phpMyAdmin. It is indeed great tool, but somehow we seem to be hitting more and more issues with it and I feel it really won't fit nicely once we will want to support translations on two divergent branches. Also it's code base is not something easy to understand so that I would be able to fix bugs myself without major effort.