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From Andrea Pescetti <>
Subject Re: [Discuss][Wiki]"Synchronizing" (or not) localized wiki sites [was: Fwd: [UserGuide]My "roadmap"]
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2013 20:26:17 GMT
On 02/06/2013 RGB ES wrote:
> (Top posting, CC to dev, doc and l10n, not sure on which one it is better
> to continue the discussion)
> Do we want to "clone", for example, the documentation section on all the
> localized sites, just translating it? On Sun times that was the idea, with
> sub sites ("portals") like
> etc looking almost the same on all languages.

This can work. We also have this other infrastructure in place
added by Claudio a few months ago. See
to see how it works. I don't know which approach is best for our case.

As for keeping subsites synchronized, in theory this allows to have a 
"Master copy" in English and then translate it in the various languages 
as volunteers become available. In practice, we can't stop someone from 
editing or creating a translated page to add new content in a language 
only, but ideally this would imply that the English version is updated 
to reflect the changes too.

> AFAIK, right now the only of those sub sites updated recently is the French
> one, though: several of those "portals" do not see activity since years.

Yes, but this does not mean that they are completely outdated: 
information in those pages is still current and relevant in most cases, 
and I think it makes sense to continue using it rather than "starting 
clean" there too (unless there are plans for a major rewrite).


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