Opened 3 years ago

Closed 3 years ago

Last modified 3 years ago

#5739 closed enhancement (fixed)

If a GTE gives a translator the PTE roll, then the message sent does not include the GTE name

Reported by: psmits1567's profile psmits1567 Owned by: ocean90's profile ocean90
Milestone: Priority: normal
Component: Translate Site & Plugins Keywords:


Currently a default message is sent to a translator when the PTE roll is granted. This message does not include the name of the GTE who granted this roll. To be able to contact the GTE, or know who granted the rol, it would be helpfull to add the name of the GTE to the default message

Change History (6)

#1 @fierevere
3 years ago

Processing PTE request usually involves some interaction before adding, and possibly some after.

Adding GTE name to welcome mail serms to be redundant or very low priority

#2 @psmits1567
3 years ago

I do not agree with your statement, because it appears that not always communication has been before between the translator and the GTE

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3 years ago

#4 @tobifjellner
3 years ago

I'd say that this ticket touches a bigger "problem/opportunity".
When changes are made to the list of approved projects, then it would be good to store "transaction history": Who did the change, list of approved projects before and after the change. This would make it possible to roll-back mistakes (Ref. for instance)
Perhaps there could also be a comment field that the GTE/LM could fill in, if needed, say with a URL to a PTE request. (There could even be two comment fields, one public and one that can only be seen by those users that have access to edit the PTE list.)

#5 @ocean90
3 years ago

  • Owner set to ocean90
  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from new to closed

In 11010:

Rosetta Roles: Include the username of who has granted access in the welcome email for translation editors.

Fixes #5739.

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3 years ago

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