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.
Weblate 1.7 has been released today. It comes with lot of improvements, especially in translation speed and many new features.
Weblate, a free web-based translation management system, of course also needs to be translated. Now it's right time to complete translation into your language before Weblate 1.7 will be released.
The amount of projects using Hosted Weblate grows every month so it seems like there is quite interest in that. This growth will however bring some challenges in the future.
Weblate 1.6 is already two weeks out without any regressions, so now it's time to think about features for 1.7.
Finally, Weblate 1.6 is available as ready to use appliance in SUSE Studio.
Weblate 1.6 has been released today. It comes with lot of improvements, especially adds voting for suggestions, improves import performance and brings more helpful admin interface. This is also first release with crowdfunded feature, but there are still some features to fund!
Yesterday, I've spent some time trying to improve speed of translation import in Weblate. It got annoyingly slow while adding new features and I felt there has to be some area for improvements even with all the features.
The first crowdfunded feature for Weblate is here - Voting for suggestions.