Rafael Fontenelle píše v Po 18. 10. 2021 v 15:06 -0300:
> Hi all,
> Weblate supports many machine translation services, most
> nonfree software which would go against Fedora philosophy.
> However, LibreTranslate  is a free and open source
> machine translation service which is supported as of
> Weblate 4.7.1. It could even be hosted locally in
> Fedora servers.
> Adding such machine translation service would be also to
> kick off the translation, easing the translation task to
> correctly adjust the words to the context.
> How about considering enabling it on Fedora Weblate?
>  https://libretranslate.com/
>  https://github.com/LibreTranslate/LibreTranslate
>  https://docs.weblate.org/en/latest/admin/machine.html#libretranslate
> Best regards,
> Rafael Fontenelle
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Why not? Generally, I'm in favour. Not all languages are
supported (still, likely added in the future), so the only
thing that could speak against would be if infra maintenance
cost/burden outweighs the benefit.
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