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Stuart Prescott
@llimeht
^^ you rewrote translate-toolkit in PHP? :þ
Leandro Regueiro
@unho
:)
Stuart Prescott
@llimeht
The Debian translate-toolkit command line tools are currently running under Python 2. Is Python 3 support in ttk now good enough that we should switch over the Python 3 for the command line tools? From what I can see in the tests, the status is that ini support is lacking for Python 3 but subtitle support is lacking for Python 2.
Michal Čihař
@nijel
@llimeht It should work just fine on Python 3. As for INI, the biggest problem is that there is no upstream Python 3 support in the iniparse, however Debian has patched version, so it might work. I'll give it a try.
Michal Čihař
@nijel
The tests pass with this PR: translate/translate#3791
Leandro Regueiro
@unho
@llimeht Personally I would like to keep support for Python 2.7 for a while, but Python 3 should work fine. And if it doesn't we want to know ASAP so we can fix.
As @nijel said we have that problem with subtitles and INI support. If any of you knows of any library that we can use instead I am open to switch it.
After all with phply it seems to have worked wonderfully fine (time will tell).
Aaron D Borden
@adborden
:wave: Does Pootle meet the WCAG 2.0 standard for accessibility? https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/
Jobava
@Jobava
@unho would it work to use six and other libs for both py2 and py3 compatibility?
also possible to code polyglot python, but more of a PITA, as far as I see
Stuart Prescott
@llimeht
@Jobava six and polyglot code is already used throughout ttk
Stuart Prescott
@llimeht
@unho this isn't about dropping python 2.7 support, just whether to use #!/usr/bin/python or #!/usr/bin/python3 in the scripts. I think we'll still be shipping Python 2 modules for quite some time into the future.
@nijel When we discussed this at the time of the 2.0 release for what would land in stretch, there was a definite feeling that sticking with Python 2 was better since the Python 3 support wasn't necessarily as well tested. I'm just revisiting that decision for buster.
phlax
@phlax
@/all im gonna remove sqlite support from pootle
im adding a docker recipe so it should be ~easy to get started without sqlite - and i think it would reduce support load removing
and speed up tests
phlax
@phlax
@/all im thinking to add an auto-stale bot on translate/pootle translate/pootle#6844
@comradekingu if you are triaging bugs and think they are simple or urgent, can you add to the 2.9 milestone
Allan Nordhøy
@comradekingu
OK, i did "blocking" to one that i thought should be in
Can i add a "Pootle" org on Liberapay, it fixes one of the issues
Someone requested crowd sourced dev funding
phlax
@phlax
yep - we will need an account or something for it tho
i guess
ah, not it seems
Adel Atallah
@atallahade
Hello everyone, I'd like to know if I can add a new format to the tool, to support XWiki's translation file format. It's basically just some XML files.
phlax
@phlax
hey @atallahade format support is in translate toolkit https://github.com/translate/translate
@unho is the best person to ask about adding new formats - im sure he'll be around at some point
Adel Atallah
@atallahade
Ok thanks
phlax
@phlax
hi @/all - i wanted to canvas thoughts on moving translate/translate and translate/pootle to gitlab
my 2p is that github has been great, but that has always had a risk of becoming over-centralized etc, and that the microsoft acquisition exacerbates those fears
Allan Nordhøy
@comradekingu
Agreed
phlax
@phlax
@nijel @unho any thoughts on ^^ ?
Leandro Regueiro
@unho
@phlax I don't have any opinion on the issue, besides that it might confuse users unless we keep some link pointing to the new place. Also I don't know anything about gitlab.
phlax
@phlax
yep and yep
i tried getting gitlab.com/translate but it was gone 8(
Leandro Regueiro
@unho
:(
phlax
@phlax
i managed to get a few others - probs the best i found was gitlab.com/translate.apps/...
phlax
@phlax
@unho im wondering if we can keep github as a mirror, disable tickets/wiki etc on github and put a notice to preferably make PRs on gitlab
there is a bunch of CI to figure out too
Leandro Regueiro
@unho
I like the mirror idea.
phlax
@phlax
yep
Allan Nordhøy
@comradekingu
Sounds nice
Stuart Prescott
@llimeht
Moving from one proprietary environment to another doesn't really seem to offer much. It doesn't really matter who owns github does it?
Michal Čihař
@nijel
I don't really see much benefits from moving from GitHub to GitLab - it's still third party commercial service which can be gone or changing TOS at any point. There is nothing wrong on GitHub right now and moving things around will IMHO just confuse users who will be still looking in the old location.
But if you feel it's good thing to do, feel free to go ahead
Allan Nordhøy
@comradekingu
@nijel It does have a C, whereas GitHub has an F https://www.gnu.org/software/repo-criteria-evaluation.en.html
Michal Čihař
@nijel
Yes, GitLab is slightly more free, but for me that doesn't justify hassle with migration
Also this is certainly outdated (last update in 2016, eg. B2 IMHO no longer applies to GitHub) and a bit confusing (there is no grade between C and F, even it sounds like GitHub is way worse)