## Description of problem:
In order for this module to receive translations from the Fedora Localization
Project members, the user 'transif' needs to be added to the module's FAS group.
This user will be used for pushing translations to your repo from Transifex.
For more information, please refer to
You can edit your group's members from the Fedora Account System, at:
Your module in Transifex is/will be:
I'm not sure if waste time with readahead is a good idea. The package is deprecated.
Karel, does the package still get updated in any supported release of ours?
(In reply to comment #2)
> Karel, does the package still get updated in any supported release of ours?
The package is usually updated during Fedora release candidate (to refresh list
of files) only. I'm going to update the package for F9-rc1. It's probably the
last update, because I'd like to remove the package from F10.
Karel, thanks for the information. Let's move on then -- #438360 was closed as
WONTFIX, doing the same with this one.
Please do send a quick email to -trans-list letting people know that your module
is deprecated and shouldn't receive any more translations (hence removed from Tx).
This module in apparently in use again, so could you please add 'transif' user to gitreadahead FAS group?
Reassigning.. (frankly, I think that multiple commit rights to a distributed SCM repository is nonsense and CVS mentality).
Readahead Git Commit Group
Rules for Application:
Hmm, I do not seem to have the rights to do that...
- group owner changed from 'kzak' to 'harald'
- 'transif' added to 'gitreadahed' FAS group
.. good luck :-)
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle.
Changing version to '11'.
More information and reason for this action is here: