From:  Theo Chevalier <theo@mozillafoundation.org>
Date:  11 Aug 2017 22:30:18 Hong Kong Time
Newsgroup:  news.mozilla.org/mozilla.dev.l10n.web
Subject:  

Re: IoT survey l10n

NNTP-Posting-Host:  185.155.180.200

Hi everyone,

Just a quick update here. As you might have noticed, the survey didn’t 
go out this week. The Internet Health team noticed the launch was too 
close to the big send that happened yesterday for the Internet Health 
indicators, so we had to postpone our survey launch.
Next week we’re scheduling a send for Net Neutrality, so our new target 
launch date is August 22nd.
That will not change anything for you, everything is ready and put on 
hold until the 22nd.

Thanks again for all your work on this, looking forward to sharing some 
positive numbers with you in a few weeks!

Théo

Le 04/08/2017 à 18:17, Theo Chevalier a écrit :
> Hey,
> 
> 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
> 
> Théo
> 
>>
>> 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, sara.todaro@mozillaitalia.org 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,
>>>> https://blog.mozilla.org/l10n/2017/07/08/new-l10n-report-july-edition/
>>>> [2]
>>>> https://medium.com/mozilla-internet-citizen/hackers-trackers-and-snoops-our-privacy-survey-results-1bfa0a728bd5 
>>>>
>>>> [3] https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3643927/Mozilla-IOT-Survey-06-2017
>>>
>>
>