Meet me at the shirt give-away desk
So, the idea is to fix the bottleneck that Christian Rose and myself are at the moment: we are too busy with lots of stuff, so new contributors and administrative tasks revolving around updating teams database, and module database sometimes stall for too long (for a while, Claude Paroz has been very helpful with that).
And, if you decide to help out (and I feel I can trust you with this), it won't involve more than 20 minutes of work every week, and I hope to get a "GTP Coordination Team" up of at least 5 people who'll be authorised and familiar with how to manage GNOME translation teams. And for sacrificing this amount of time, you'll get more fame in GNOME — of course, I'd expect to already have online trust in you :)
The training session won't take more than 15 minutes, so you'll be able to get yourself some food before the next session starts.
Topics to handle
- Module branching
- Updating status pages with the latest info
- Translation team changes
- Handling coordinator changes and new team registrations
- l10n bugs handling
- Tracking Bugzilla l10n bugs, updating contacts, documenting component creation
- String freeze breakages
- How to handle string freeze breakages