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I18n Extra-AC collection

Revision as of 15:23, 14 April 2020 by Roman.gorshunov (talk | contribs) (How to deal with Extra-ATC data: added info on perms and config file)

How to deal with Extra-ATC data

  1. At the beginning of the release goto https://releases.openstack.org and look for Extra-ATC deadline and mark the date in your diary
  2. Few days before checkout governance and i18n repo
  3. goto the tools/zanata directory in i18n repo
  4. run zanata_users.py to refresh the user list and submit a patch
  5. run zanata_userinfo.py to get detailed user info from Zanata;
  This step requires ~/.config/zanata.ini file, get it's contents from Zanata User settings -> Client.
  You have to be Zanata server admin to pull extended users information.
  1. goto https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/I18nTeam/ATC_statistics to see when the last statistic run was done
  2. clean up old versions in Zanata to improve runtime
  3. run zanata_stats.py with the right timeframe, i.e. ./zanata_stats.py -s 2018-02-26 -e 2018-07-09 translation_team.yaml (be carefull, this step takes at least one day)
  4. goto playbooks directory in i18n repo
  5. copy projects.yaml from governance repo here
  6. copy zanata_stats_output.csv and zanata_userinfo_output.csv here
  7. run ansible-playbook generate_atc.yml
  8. review output /tmp/atc.wiki and edit the wiki page with the new data (https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/I18nTeam/ATC_statistics)
  9. review output /tmp/atc.stats and prepare a patch for projects.yaml in governance repo (delete old I18n Extra-ATC and copy the new in)
  10. copy zanata_stats_output.csv to doc/source/data/<cycle>.csv in i18n repom edit doc/source/atc-stats.rst, and propose a patch
  11. announce the results