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phpMyAdmin translations status

phpMyAdmin 4.0-rc1 is out and it's really time to work on translations if you want them to be ready for final release..

So let's look at which translations are at 100% right now (new ones are bold):

Almost complete:

As you can see, there is still lot of languages missing, this might be your opportunity to contribute to phpMyAdmin. Also you are welcome to translate phpMyAdmin 4.0 using translation server.

If your language is already fully translated and you want to help as well, you can translate our documentation as well.

Weblate and Hackweek 9

You might have already noticed that there is Hackweek 9 coming next week. At SUSE we will get pizzas, icecream and other nice stuff, but most importantly we can spend the week on hacking anything we want.

Same as last year, I want to spend most of my Hackweek on Weblate, nice crowdsourcing tool for translations. The major goal is to finish 1.5 release, what should not be that hard. The most challenging bits for new machine translation interface are already implemented, and the rest is pretty much only tweaking of existing code.

Another thing we want to explore is possibility of using Weblate for openSUSE translations. Currently they are mostly kept in SVN, what is blocker for using Weblate, but we will see what can be done there.

phpMyAdmin translations status

Next round of phpMyAdmin 4.0 translation status report is coming.

So let's look at which translations are at 100% right now (new ones are bold):

Almost complete:

As you can see, there is still lot of languages missing, this might be your opportunity to contribute to phpMyAdmin. Also you are welcome to translate phpMyAdmin 4.0 using translation server.

If your language is already fully translated and you want to help as well, you can translate our documentation as well.

I did it again

phpMyAdmin's website just got small facelift from me. The motivation was to make navigation easier in some parts and to come up with consistent color schema.

This time changes are not that major as in past - basically just CSS changes and few minor changes to HTML code. The structure of the website is still pretty much same and I did not touch the texts at all.

Unfortunately this is still not responsive design, so it will not look that good in small or huge resolutions, but I hope to get back to this later.

Server troubles

This night you might have noticed that some services like hosted Weblate or phpMyAdmin wiki being quite flaky.

It was caused by DDOS attack which pretty much busted firewall and thus made unable to open new connections. In the morning when I've realized this, I introduced another breakage by too strict filtering on firewall :-). However now everything should be back to normal.

Libravatar support in Weblate

For some time, Weblate was showing avatars for users. Just as I've discovered Libravatar - free and federated alternative to Gravatar, I thought it would be better replacement.

Quickly looking at their website, it seems that they transparently provide all avatars from Gravatar as well, so the migration seems to be pretty much painless. Basic replacement to use their server is just matter of changing base URLs, however to support federated behavior, you have to install pyLibravatar. Weblate in Git now supports both these ways.

While implementing the client side, I did also setup my own instance of Surrogator to provide avatars for some of my domains. Surprisingly this worked fine without problems, but let's see how much used this will actually become.

phpMyAdmin translations status

Next round of phpMyAdmin 4.0 translation status report is coming.

So let's look at which translations are at 100% right now:

Almost complete:

As you can see, there is still lot of languages missing, this might be your opportunity to contribute to phpMyAdmin. Also you are welcome to translate phpMyAdmin 4.0 using translation server.

If your language is already fully translated and you want to help as well, you can translate our documentation as well.

phpMyAdmin translations status

Next round of phpMyAdmin 4.0 translation status report is coming.

So let's look at which translations are at 100% right now (some changes this week due to new strings to translate):

Almost complete:

As you can see, there is still lot of languages missing, this might be your opportunity to contribute to phpMyAdmin. Also you are welcome to translate phpMyAdmin 4.0 using translation server.

If your language is already fully translated and you want to help as well, you can translate our documentation as well.

phpMyAdmin at GSoC 2013

As you have probably already noticed, Google Summer of Code 2013 has been officially announced. As usual, we want to participate with phpMyAdmin.

We really want good students to participate, so our selection process will be again slightly stricter than in last years. So if you want to participate as a student on phpMyAdmin, please check our applicant guide. The most important thing is that we expect you to show knowledge of the code before being accepted and fixing some bug for upcoming 4.0 release is great opportunity to start with that!

Also student themselves usually don't bring new ideas, so it's pretty much on the organization to come with projects it would like to see. We are currently collecting these on our wiki. We will most likely add some new ones to the list as well, so feel free to get in touch if you have some brilliant idea. Also voting on feature requests might help us to choose what users see as most important improvements.

phpMyAdmin translations status

Next round of phpMyAdmin 4.0 translation status report is coming.

So let's look at which translations are at 100% right now (some changes this week due to new strings to translate):

There are also several languages which need just few strings to be complete:

As you can see, there is still lot of languages missing, this might be your opportunity to contribute to phpMyAdmin. Also you are welcome to translate phpMyAdmin 4.0 using translation server.

If your language is already fully translated and you want to help as well, you can translate our documentation as well.