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transtats.fedoraproject.org is live now!

Hi Everyone,

Happy to announce that Transtats[1] (v0.1.6) is now deployed in
production[2].
Please follow quick writeup[3] for getting started.

Changelog is here:
<a href="https://github.com/transtats/transtats/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md" title="https://github.com/transtats/transtats/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md">https://github.com/transtats/transtats/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md</a>
And contribution guide:
<a href="https://github.com/transtats/transtats/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md" title="https://github.com/transtats/transtats/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md">https://github.com/transtats/transtats/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md</a>
Roadmap: <a href="http://docs.transtats.org/en/latest/roadmap.html" title="http://docs.transtats.org/en/latest/roadmap.html">http://docs.transtats.org/en/latest/roadmap.html</a>

Transtats can be accessed through CLI[4] also.

Tracking translation status of a package built in koji

Hi Everyone,

At times this could be a requirement to track or know translation status of a package which has (just) built in koji.
Transtats could be used for this purpose. We just need to run a job.

Steps:
1. Navigate to <a href="https://transtats-web-transtats.app.os.stg.fedoraproject.org/jobs/yml-based" title="https://transtats-web-transtats.app.os.stg.fedoraproject.org/jobs/yml-based">https://transtats-web-transtats.app.os.stg.fedoraproject.org/jobs/yml-based</a>
2. Select 'Sync Package Build System' job template and proceed.
3. You may read and continue with the tasks defined in YML.
4. Select or enter package name. For example: anaconda.
Select Build System and Tag. For example: koji and rawhide
Click 'Next'
5.

introducing transtats

Hi Everyone,

Transtats[1] has been into development for a while now and can help in making packages ready to ship with translation completeness[2].

F26 Self Contained Change: Transdiff (Jan Kurik)

Transdiff is second part of "String Breakage Monitoring System" - whose
first part is Zanata Sync. Zanata Sync tries to keep upstream updated with
new translations, making chances greater that extra translations are
packaged too, which is to be verified by transdiff. Basically an attempt to
tie-up upstream, translation platform and release stream. I am doing a
project[1] on the similar lines and perhaps we may give some more time to
Transdiff.