Weblate Blog / Izdaja
We all have waited for too long, and it’s finally coming! It’s not a world cup, a new iPhone release, or holidays. It’s way better; it’s an in-person FOSDEM again. After three years, modified by global events, the Weblate team will be in Brussels, and we are looking forward to meeting you there!
Weblate 4.15 is here, coming as the final major release of 2022.
Do you have a project on one Weblate server and need to move it to another? Weblate 4.14 got your backup! This is the feature we are very proud to deliver in this release. It also welcomes new projects to Hosted Weblate as the backup and restore do not need to include the whole server anymore.
Many improvements in formats and Automatic Suggestions configuration in UI!
Nice and brief, that is 4.12; bringing TM management and checks improvements.
The first release of 2022 is here. It took some time, but waiting is definitely worth it here!
The year is coming short, and Weblate 4.10 is the final major release in 2021.
It’s been a while, and we are sorry we kept you waiting. We released the new Weblate version last week!
Weblate 4.8 brings two newly-supported formats and loads of performance improvements.
We decided to get rid of the ball that has grown next to Weblate’s leg during the latest years. `Django admin interface` is quite powerful; we like it, and it had been a massive help in Weblate’s origin years. But as the platform is getting more and more mature, user-friendly, and enterprise-ready, Django admin became not enough.