>> helix84 according to your latest experience with Transifex,
do you think
>> this method is more practical to Inkscape's need?
> I haven't actually had a chance to test it because my translations of
> LXDE are 100% complete :)
I had to complete PCManFM - Apparently there were some missing strings I
wasn't aware of
There are 2 options there - the first one is to edit the translation using
Transifex and the second is to upload a file from your computer
Take a look around, I bet you'll like it and as far as I see this system
works directly on the git repo
Yes, Transifex is for that, uploading translations via web interface
to put them directly on the VCS (Transifex do that for you). The web
editing option is useful when the files are small and there are only a
few strings that need completion/review. When the file has 4000
strings and you have to jump to string 2500 it is very uncomfortable
since I have no seen search option for that (at least at Xfce
> Anyway, I'm not the right person to ask because I personally
> the .po + VCS approach and I find the advantages of web interfaces
> minor in comparison to inferior work speed. So I don't mind any extra
> interface as long as .po + VCS still works.
Yes, it is more comfortable if you have access.