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Re: Looking for mentor for new KDE developer

Christian Gerloff ha scritto:
> On 01/04/2018 03:59 PM, Nicolás Alvarez wrote:
>> El 4 ene. 2018, a la(s) 11:29, Dominik Haumann <dhaumann@xxxxxxx> escribió:
>>> Hi Christian,
>>>> On Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 3:23 PM, Christian Gerloff <chrgerloff@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Hello all,
>>>> I've recently ported the unmaintained KDE application "KuickShow" to KDE
>>>> 5 and plan to at least keep it working in the forseeable future.
>>>> In order to get a KDE developer account to maintain the application on
>>>> the KDE infrastructure, it was suggested that I first find a mentor in
>>>> case I have questions about infrastructure, development workflows,
>>>> translations and so on.
>>>> Would anyone be willing to do that?
>>> My very personal opinion on that is:
>>> Given you ported KuickShow to KDE Frameworks 5, it
>>> seems to me that you already find your way around quite
>>> nicely. Also given the fact that you are writing to this mailing
>>> list shows that you know where to find help.
>>> My take on this is: Ask the KDE sysadmins to turn your
>>> KDE identity account into a developer account, add yourself to
>>> the kderelicensecheck.pl script [1], [2], and just do your work.
>> He did ask sysadmins to get developer access, and we suggested he gets a mentor here first. We always prefer to have someone who is already part of the community "approve" the developer account request.
>> In addition, translations would need to be imported into our infrastructure, or recovered from our SVN history. That needs intervention by our i18n experts, possibly before the code is imported.
> I've imported the translation files along with the source code into the
> new git repo (into the directories po/$LC and doc-translations/$LC), at
> least for the master branch. The KDE 3.x branches didn't have any
> separate translation files.

And they will need to be removed when/if the repository is imported, we
maintain them separately.