As the content manager or community program manager, I often have to determine what locales have translated a particular support article. Currently I have to change the locale string in the address bar and check each locale separately. It would be great to have a list somewhere (article history, sumo admin, ??) of the locales that have translated each article.
Created attachment 691429 [details] strawman Cool idea. I suggest we add a link under editing tools to a new page that renders the list.
Adding scrumbugz metadata. Throwing in first sprint of 2013 for now.
Whiteboard: u=contributor c=wiki p=2 s=2013.1
I'm going to be working on this one over the next day or so
Assignee: nobody → bwbrowning
Target Milestone: --- → 2013Q1
ideally we'd have a table that lists the language and translation status
Whiteboard: u=contributor c=wiki p=2 s=2013.1 → u=contributor c=wiki p=0 s=2013.1
Created attachment 700781 [details] screenshot of potential approach Check out the screenshot and let me know what you think about this approach. Thanks
(In reply to Brian Browning from comment #6) > Created attachment 700781 [details] > screenshot of potential approach > > Check out the screenshot and let me know what you think about this approach. > > Thanks This looks good. Would be nice if the translated list linked to the translated documents. It's possible for someone to partially translate a document so it's always nice to be able to verify.
Pull request is here: https://github.com/mozilla/kitsune/pull/1043
Thanks Brian! Landed on master: https://github.com/mozilla/kitsune/commit/b714ffc7e86ca6e0486351bc67ad4b115b81ae20 Deployed to prod now. We can file followups for any enhancements requested.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Thanks a lot, Brian! And in case you want to add Michael's suggestion: bug 830800
This is so awesome. Thanks!
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