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Opened 8 months ago

Last modified 8 months ago

#4118 new enhancement

Translate: Allow users to "follow" translation projects

Reported by: tobifjellner Owned by:
Milestone: Priority: normal
Component: Translate Site & Plugins Keywords:
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Description

Users, who have translate a plugin or a theme may want to later come back, to continue contributing where they left off, or translate new string that may have been added to the source.
Or a locale team may have delegated editor responsibility for a bunch of plugins to a member.

In both cases, it would be very useful if a user had the possibility to maintain a list of translation projects that he/she wants to "Follow", so that, for instance, one could bring up a page with number of untranslated, pending, etc for all the projects one has added to their list of followed translation projects.

There could be a setting under "translation settings" whether the user would like to automatically add all translation projects where one contributes to the list of watched projects.

Oh: A later possibility to find/search all contributions might become much more feasible if a new table was created that would "cross-connect" users to all the translation projects where they have contributed. (This is something GTE's would love to see. Someone asks for editor status but don't remember where they've been contributing.)

Change History (2)

#1 @netweb
8 months ago

You can already do this for themes and plugins by marking them as a "favourite":

https://cldup.com/_Vq7K0b_zS.png

#2 @kim.oj
8 months ago

A comment regarding adding a plugin to "favorite" when translating it.

I use the "favorite" as a mark for those plugin I use a lot and some of the plugin I helped translate are just to contributing and not a plugin I use. I would therefore appreciate if those lists where separated.

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