Description of problem:
Homepage of zanata.org has "Currently supported: GNU Gettext-based PO files, Java Properties, XLIFF", but there are many other formats that Zanata supports. This should be kept up-to-date with all supported formats.
Is this in the About page? The Features page has a (mostly) complete list as well - probably shouldn't be duplicating it.
(In reply to Damian Jansen from comment #1)
> Is this in the About page? The Features page has a (mostly) complete list as
> well - probably shouldn't be duplicating it.
Nope, the main page ( http://zanata.org/ ), in the "For Developers" section. I think it is ok to show it in multiple places, but we should be getting the list from a single location so that it is easy to update.
I suppose a link "support formats" that point to supported format section in Features page is sufficient.
Otherwise, we need to have someone manually update all the instances whenever we add new supported formats.
(In reply to Ding-Yi Chen from comment #3)
> I suppose a link "support formats" that point to supported format section in
> Features page is sufficient.
I would not consider that sufficient - we are advertising what we can do, so it is not something that we want to hide behind a click. The main page needs to let people know straight away if Zanata is something that could be useful for them, and supporting the formats they use may be a key part of that.
> Otherwise, we need to have someone manually update all the instances
> whenever we add new supported formats.
We can have a variable that holds the list, and display that variable in multiple places - no need for a human to change it in multiple places every time.
Migrated; check JIRA for bug status: http://zanata.atlassian.net/browse/ZNTA-277