This hackweek, we will be hacking on Weblate and adding features that we need to use it as a translation tool for openSUSE!

Chief among those is a better permission management that would allow us to assign different rights to different projects, languages, distributions etc.

There are also smaller things, like per-project whiteboards, filtered views ("show all opensuse projects" / "show only SLE projects") and so on.

we want to solve the following github issues:

We will be hanging out at #weblate on the suse internal IRC. If someone from outside SUSE wants to join, we will move the channel to freenode. I'll try to watch the list of participants, but please leave a comment if you want to attract my attention ;)

Looking for mad skills in:

python django i18n

This project is part of:

Hack Week 13


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