It is ready for testing phase, and your feedback could help to make the package more robust :)
I'll give you a little gif if it helps. (sorry my interface is in French)
Afterwards, simply click on it and create an ssl certificate with letsencrypt. (in my case the button is disabled because of my configuration of the virtual machine, but in your case it should be active)
Exact, ensuite quand tu installes Funkwhale tu choisis ton sous-domaine et v'la ^^
Reminder: dont test with production
@funkwhale are you sure you took the last translation?
@jibec yah, bugfix releases don't include new translations :)
@funkwhale and funkwhale telling me it added something to my tail is not a bug?
@jibec to some extent, yes it is, but as explained, bugfix releases does not include new translations.
This is because translations on our weblate instance happen on the development branch, for the next minor/major release, while bugfix releases are started from the master branch.
I know translators don't care about that (and they shouldn't have to). Please understand that translating multiple versions of the same project in parallel is complex though.
I understand the issue, can we try to fix it? Weblate does know how to handle multiple branches for a same project (and handles propagation).
@jibec it's not really a technical issue, it's a commitment/bandwidth/resource issue.
We already have issues with a single branch, ensuring everything works fine with two (with all of the implied work in terms of automation, CI, reviewing, conflict handling, etc.) is not trivial.
I personally don't have the energy and time to focus on that right now, with all the other things going on.
@jibec if you want to start a discussion about this on the forum or gitlab, though, it will probably help :)
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