[Announcement] gnome-i18n@gnome.org mailing list is to be discountinuited

EDIT: in order to track a new implementation for the notification system, please read and react on Gitlab/damned-lies#336

Hi all!

This message comes after a previous announcement indicating that @gnome.org mailing list are going to be retired [0]. The last to remain are the gnome-i18n (this one) and localised mailing lists. The removal of mailing lists is planed for tomorrow UTC+1.

The Damned-Lies application will now notify of string break changes in a dedicated Gitlab project [1].

If you are involved in internationalisation/localisation teams, do not forget to subscribe (by selecting the bell icon and set the parameter to ‘Watch’ in order to receive notification in case of a string break.

All discussions and threads that were opened on gnome-i18n gnome org will now happen on discourse.gnome.org [2] with the i18n tag under the Community category for general discussions or under the Platform category for more development focused conversations, still with the same i18n tag.

In case you notice an issue with the notification system, please open and fill an issue directly on the Damned Lies project [3].

All language teams that sill use @gnome.org mailing lists should update their teams configurations on Damned Lies in order to move to any other mailing list to keep tracking of team announcements.

We are available for any question on element.gnome.org [4] under the #i18n channel.

[0] : [Announcement] Upcoming changes to GNOME's mail infrastructure
[1] : Teams / Translation / Coordination · GitLab
[2] : https://discourse.gnome.org
[3] : Issues · Infrastructure / damned-lies · GitLab
[4] : https://gnome.element.io

Regards,

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Does that include string freeze requests? Or is there a different process now (like cc’ing @Teams/Translations in the merge request)?

In any case, the wiki should be updated.

I am interested in the same, I want to send an string freeze request and not sure if sending it here:

https://discourse.gnome.org/tags/c/community/8/i18n

Thanks

No, string freeze exception requests will go on GitLab; the documentation is in the process of getting an update, and requests will have a template: Update documentation on string freeze exceptions (#3) · Issues · Teams / Translation / Coordination · GitLab

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