The fifth "locasprint" took place this week-end (08th April - 09th
April) and the French speaking community, especially newcomers, gathered
in Mozilla Paris to localize strings on Pontoon, posts and MDN articles :)
Here are some metrics:
- 20 new pages were created
- 152 revisions were written
- and *most importantly 9 new users did their first contribution to MDN*
by creating new translations, updating, doing editorial reviews.
With Jean-Yves, we built a pad containing the top pages of MDN (i.e.
most viewed according to Google Analytics) that needed an update in
French: https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/top_mdn_l10n_fr (cf. PS#2)
- Top pages motivate people who don't know where to start/to contribute
next ("value oriented" contribution)
- Editorial review makes it easy for non-tech contributors to contribute
I also gave a small presentation about MDN:
Thanks again for helping organize this event :)
Julien / Sphinx
P.S. Congratulations to the Bulgarian localization team :D
P.S. #2 : w/ Jean-Yves, we wondered if the top pages needed to be
flagged l10n-priority or if a static doc-status dashboard (those top
pages don't change that often) would be more helpful.