From:  Theo Chevalier <>
Date:  05 Aug 2017 01:17:35 Hong Kong Time

Re: IoT survey l10n



Just a quick heads up

Le 02/08/2017 à 22:56, Theo Chevalier a écrit :
> Hi,
> I’ve pushed a few strings that we will use as tweets, they are totally 
> optional as there’s been already a lot going and we have several ways to 
> expose your work to many people. So let’s say it’s a bonus, if you want 
> to translate them go for it, if not I will clean your dashboards next 
> week so that it does not stay around.

Added two more strings to the same file, for Facebook. Same as for 
Twitter, completely optional


> Haven’t included Italian, not because we don’t like you, but because we 
> won’t have a Twitter handle to publish the tweets organically.
> And happy to hear that, Sara :)
> Cheers,
> Théo
> Le 01/08/2017 à 17:52, a écrit :
>> Thank you for the valuable input, Théo, Mykon and Jen!
>> In the end the Italian team also opted for protection/security, and 
>> now that I read Jen's message I'm all the more convinced this is a 
>> good choice.
>> Happy translating, everyone!
>> Sara
>> On Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 4:13:40 PM UTC+2, Theo Chevalier wrote:
>>> Hi teams,
>>> If you’re not localizing for the following languages, feel free to skip
>>> this message:
>>> de, es, fr, it, pt-BR
>>> As hinted in the last l10n report [1], the Advocacy team is launching a
>>> new survey in the coming weeks about IoT, in a similar fashion we did
>>> for privacy [2]. The privacy survey has been quite helpful, so now we’re
>>> trying to understand how people are aware of the challenges and dangers
>>> around IoT: [3]
>>> The privacy survey has been localized in French and German only, this
>>> time we’re adding a few more locales! We’re localizing this survey in
>>> *de, es, fr, it, pt-BR*.
>>> Let’s see if we can get more than 30,000 people taking the survey, and
>>> also have more diversity.
>>> I’ve added the strings for the survey and the email in the engagement
>>> repo in GitHub + Pontoon. The strings still missing are the social
>>> strings, and ~5 snippets. Hopefully approved and exposed this week. We
>>> will also have a blog post to translate, once we have the results ready,
>>> but we still have time for that :)
>>> We plan to send the survey on August 9th, via email, social media and
>>> snippets. Email would need to be translated by *August 6th* (for a send
>>> on the 9th), let me know if you think this schedule does not work for
>>> your team so we can try to work around it!
>>> Note that in case of Italian, since the list is about 500 people and the
>>> goal is to reach a high number of people, we think it’s not worth your
>>> time to translate the email, so we’re skipping it for this locale. In
>>> some cases where each action can have a high impact we will still try to
>>> reach out to those 500 people, but in the current case since we can
>>> share the survey with snippets + social media, it’s better to just 
>>> skip it.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Théo
>>> [1] If you haven’t already read it,
>>> [2]
>>> [3]