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Re: Merging zh and en versions of clreq (urgent)

From: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 09 Jul 2015 11:15:03 +0100
Message-ID: <559E49A7.3010405@w3.org>
To: public-clreq-admin@w3.org
On 06/07/2015 18:52, Richard Ishida wrote:
> it's currently a little more difficult to manage translation across two
> (and soon more) documents than i think it should be.  We also need to
> find an easy way to keep the markup in synch across versions, and ensure
> that all content is available (whether translated or not) in each
> version of the document.
>
> to eliminate many of the difficulties involved, i'd like to merge the
> current zh and en versions of the document into one.

this is now done, see http://w3c.github.io/clreq/



i added a quick hack in javascript to enable you to hide the Chinese or 
English – it will need to be done properly or removed at some point.

Xiaoqian, could you please check for correct alignment throughout? Thanks!

note that:

[1] all edits should now be done on the version at 
http://w3c.github.io/clreq/.  We should point 
http://w3c.github.io/clreq/zh/ to that uri.

[2] new chinese text additions should use data-lang="zh" from now on.

[3] i also added a mechanism to indicate when the chinese text has been 
altered to the point where the translation is affected, or new chinese 
(or english, for that matter) text has been added. Just add 
class="translateme" to the text which is changed/new. It will be 
highlighted with a yellow background. Once the translation has been 
fixed, the class can be removed.  This should make it much easier to 
keep the two language versions up to date.

in fact, as i worked on it, it became really clear that having both 
languages in the same document is going to be a major help in managing 
things. That's why i did it sooner than expected.

i will now try to find closure for the github issues related to 
translation. If we can close those out, and translate the remaining 
sections and paragraphs that need it, we will be at the point where we 
can finally publish a FPWD.

cheers,
ri




PS: Chunming, i'll add to the tibetan layout requs so that they follow 
the same model.
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