GitLab is a single application for the entire DevOps lifecycle that allows teams to work together better and bring more value to their customers, faster. GitLab does this by shortening the devops cycle time, bridging silos and stages, and taking work out of their hands. It also means a united workflow that reduces friction from traditionally separate activities like application security testing.
Links related to the project
- Crowdin Project Page: https://crowdin.com/project/gitlab-ee
- Github Project Page: https://github.com/gitlabhq/gitlab-runner
- Crowdin Profile: https://crowdin.com/profile/altrosa
Earlier contributions to Gitlab
I translated more than 1000 words in my fifth contribution to the Gitlab project. It remains a job of translating single strings where part of the string needs to remain 'untranslated' and the other half often doesn't contain context. I have noticed this project requires me to more often than not to peek into the choices other translators have made for their language for the specific strings. That in turn makes me wonder how people solve issues like these that do not have the luxury of speaking more than 1 language other than English.
The fact some non-Davinci/Utopian translators are working on this project while I'm translating doesn't create conflicts yet, although I'm worried the consistency of translation might be in jeopardy because of that.