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Fwd: Tool for translation stats on a wiki - filter packages


So könnten wir eventuell das Tool zum Auslesen von Launchpad-Übersetzungen
sinnvoll einsetzen (s.u.).

Habe es zwar noch nicht ausprobiert, werde ich aber demnächst mal machen.
Bin allerdings recht zuversichtlich, dass uns dies weiterhilft.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Rachid <rachidbm@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 2011/4/22
Subject: Re: Tool for translation stats on a wiki - filter packages
To: Hendrik Knackstedt <hendrik.knackstedt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: ubuntu-translators@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Hey Hendrik,

I send this mail to the list again, it may be interesting for more

At this moment it isn't possible through the web interface. But with some
changes it should be possible. Maybe I'll make a second version in the
future. I can't just change the code, because it'll break current (wanted)
functionality. So I think of some adding optional features or a second page
to get a list as you requested.

However, for the moment I know a cumbersome work around. if you checkout the
code[1], you can run the tool from the commandline with: ./getstatus.py

What you can do is make a wiki page which contains the Launchpad URL you
need. Then you do
./getstatus.py URL_TO_WIKI | grep gnome
to get the gnome packages only.
The Gnome packages are divided over several "pages" if I look here [2]. What
you can do is make a wiki page for each Launchpad URL, and then make a bash
script which runs the Tool for each wiki page and store it in 1 file. I've
made an example for the first page on Launchpad here [3].

Now I realize that the intended functionality is to let fully translated
packages disappear from the list. If you want to get all packages you need
to make a slight change in tranlationstatus_soup.py:
PRINT_FINISHED_TRANSLATIONS = False <- Change False into True

I hope you didnt't bogged down in all these details.

[1] - https://code.launchpad.net/ul10n-wiki-stats
[2] -
[3] - http://wiki.ubuntu-nl.org/Rachid/TranslationTool/Gnome


ps, I just did this to make the example wiki page:
./getstatus.py http://wiki.ubuntu-nl.org/Rachid/TranslationTool/Gnome | grep

On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 4:22 PM, Hendrik Knackstedt <
hendrik.knackstedt@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Well, I want to create a list only for certain packages. For example a list
> of all Gnome-packages. So I need to retrieve the status of all these
> packages from Launchpad.
> I'd be a lot of work to update the status manually, so I thought maybe I
> could use your tool to read only the status of Gnome-packages from the
> overview pages and not all of them.
> Maybe you could adapt your tool that if you create a wiki page that
> contains package names, the tool only fetches the status of those packages
> from the Launchpad overview pages?
> Respectfully,
> Hendrik
> 2011/4/21 Rachid <rachidbm@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Hey Hendrik,
>> The tool is built for use of overview pages like this:
>> https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/natty/+lang/nl/?batch=300
>> It will read the underlying HTML of this page to generate the status. If
>> you can find a page (URL) on Launchpad which gives you the status
>> of gnome-control-center in the same representation, the tool can be used. I
>> just took a quick look into this, but couldn't find such an URL.
>> So I think it's not possible what you exactly want. Though with some small
>> changes it should be possible. But again, the goal of the tool is to read a
>> big list of packages, en let translators reserve them.
>> What is your goal by checking the status of a particular package? Why not
>> looking on:
>> https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/natty/+source/gnome-control-centerinstead?
>> Regards,
>> Rachid.
>> On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 2:51 PM, Hendrik Knackstedt <
>> hendrik.knackstedt@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Hey Rachid!
>>> I like your tool but I've got a question:
>>> Is it possible to retrieve status only for specific packages?
>>> Let's say I only want to retrieve the status of gnome-control-center. Is
>>> that possible somehow?
>>> Thanks for you help!
>>> Hendrik
>>> 2011/3/26 Rachid <rachidbm@xxxxxxxxx>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> The tool is initially build for wiki.ubuntu-nl.org and wiki.ubuntu.comwhich are moinmoin. I see that mediawiki[1] uses another markup for tables
>>>> than moinmoin[2], so it doesn't support mediawiki at the moment.
>>>> If there's a strong need I could look into extending the tool with
>>>> support for mediawiki. Also anybody is free to get the code from Launchpad
>>>> and make changes themselves. Please contact me if you want to commit your
>>>> changes though.
>>>> [1] - http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Tables
>>>> [2] - http://moinmo.in/HelpOnTables
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Rachid.
>>>> On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 9:51 AM, Ddorda <Ddorda@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>> Hey there,
>>>>> I wonder, is it an mediawiki or moinmoin system?
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>> Ddorda.
>>>>> 2011/3/22 Rachid <rachidbm@xxxxxxxxx>
>>>>>> Hi translators,
>>>>>> Last weeks I've been working on a tool to generate wiki (status) pages
>>>>>> based on launchpad translations. We use it now for the Dutch Translators
>>>>>> Team on our wiki:
>>>>>> http://wiki.ubuntu-nl.org/community/Vertaalteam/Status#Natty
>>>>>> Feel free to experiment with it. This tool is developed with the
>>>>>> workflow of the Dutch Team in mind. So if you have new ideas or suggestions
>>>>>> fee free to contact me, or make a blueprint in Launchpad.
>>>>>> I hope this can be useful to your team.
>>>>>> The web application and more info can be found on
>>>>>> http://rachidbm.appspot.com/
>>>>>> The project in Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/ul10n-wiki-stats
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>> Rachid.
>>>>>> Dutch Translators Team.
>>>>>> https://launchpad.net/~rachidbm
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