wlc 0.6, a command line utility for Weblate, has been just released. There have been some minor fixes, but the most important news is that Windows and OS X are now supported platforms as well.
In last days, the Weblate Docker container got several improvements to make it better fit for production setup. All changes are heavily based on pull request by Fred Cox.
Quite on schedule (just one day later), Weblate 2.7 is out today. This release brings Subversion support or improved zen mode.
For almost two months I found very little time to process requests to host free software on Hosted Weblate. Today the queue has been emptied, what means that you can find many new translations there.
Slightly later than on monthly schedule but Weblate 2.7 is out today. This release brings improvements to the API and is first to officially support wlc a command line client for Weblate.
wlc 0.4, a command line utility for Weblate, has been just released. This release doesn't bring much changes, but still worth announcing.
wlc 0.3, a command line utility for Weblate, has been just released. This is probably first release which is worth using so it's probably also worth of bigger announcement.
Going back to faster release cycle, Weblate 2.6 has been just released. There is improved support for Python 3 or brand new HTTP REST API.
The long requested feature for Weblate is here - it now has API which you can use to control it. It's scope is currently limited, but it will expand in future releases. The API is currently available in Git, deployed on both Demo server and Hosted Weblate, our hosted solution. It will be also part of 2.6 release, which should not be that far away.
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.