[jifty-devel] jifty l10n and stuff
danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
Fri Mar 31 05:53:52 EST 2006
thanks - that's pretty interesting because l10n is a big part of my site
(which is looking for a framework) - I'm quite interested in participating
who are serious about putting together a really transparent system. I'm no
expert in the field, but I do have some ideas about how it should work to
throw in. engoi.com is pretty good test ground for something like that.(it
is currently in 8 languages, with about 12 more in the pipeline - there are
more than 20 volunteer translators involved. RTL languages are a problem at
the moment, as is timestamping of entries so that material which needs
revision can be easily found ... there is a lot to do ...)
I just went through the tutorial without too much pain - all well and good,
though there there is some stuff that's not that clear. I know that jifty is
still a fairly young creature, so there are bound to be some rough edges,
but I like the way you have tried to keep it lean and mean as possible. The
db schema generation looks good.
I wasn't too sure what the admin mode was about - it's basically a crud
interface on teh db? that makes some sense. How are sessions handled in
jifty at the moment?
I'll prolly get back with lots more q's later ...
On 3/31/06, Jesse Vincent <jesse at bestpractical.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 31, 2006 at 02:22:09AM +0200, Daniel McBrearty wrote:
> > Hi
> > I just took the jifty quick test drive, and i must say I'm really
> > I've been looking at rails, catalyst, plone, you name it for weeks now,
> > rates very highly (on first impressions). I'll be digging in deeper in
> > next days.
> Fantastic. Thanks for the kind words.
> > Question : are there plans to add specific l10n features to jifty? I
> > Audrey Tang is involved (thanks for one of the best articles on the
> > I've ever read, BTW ... "Web L10n in Perl" - wish I'd found that a year
> > ;)
> Yes. Audrey has demoed her localization extensions to me. They look
> quite nice. Conveniently, she and I are at the same hackathon this
> weekend. With luck, you should see them landing in the Jifty core very,
> very soon.
> > cheers
> > Daniel
> > --
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> > email : danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
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