Next release of Weblate, the web based translation tool, will bring more flexibility in creating commit messages to allow include there whatever your project would like to see.
Weblate is still evolving and it recently got new feature to allow better overview of translation status - multi part progress bars.
Finally, I've managed to update SUSE Studio images with Weblate to recently released 1.3. So you can now fetch there various images for your virtual machines or clouds.
Weblate is now available for your cloud or virtual machines - BitNami has published Weblate stack.
Github now provides native hook for Weblate. This means that all you need to do to link these two together is to enter URL of your Weblate installation and you are done.
As Weblate 1.3 is out, it's time to think about features for next release. My current plan is to go more into two areas.
Quite on updated schedule (ie. one month later than originally planned), Weblate 1.3 has been released today. It comes with lot of improvements, especially in support of non gettext files, new quality checks and improved performance.
Weblate is close to 1.3 release (should happen on Friday if nothing urgent appears) and it's quite last chance for translators to catch up.
While working on tool for online translating, I should have probably expected this, but somehow it surprised me - Weblate should support RTL languages.
Yesterday I've completed last big feature I wanted to have for Weblate 1.3 - improved changes tracking and exporting this as RSS feed.