It's not easy for translators to choice an useful article to translate. Then I suggest a web page with the percentage of readings of each article among all the articles. It can be a way to translate the more urgent translations.
http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/gdp/tests/topdocs.xml - hasn't been updated in a while
http://gentoo.neysx.org/mystuff/trads/fr/trads-fr.xml - this is the trads page for the French language, to show how up-to-date the translations are. See http://gentoo.neysx.org/mystuff/trads/doc/trads-doc.xml, which explains the reason for trads.xml.
Also, you must read the translators howto:
This page tells you which documents are critical.
Josh, Xavier doesn't maintain the French docs, the trads-fr.xml link you've provided is obsolete.
BTW, I agree with you that topdocs isn't up to date.
Christophe, docs to translate in French are sorted according to the topdocs in my various trads pages (http://dev.gentoo.org/~cam/gentoo-doc-fr/) : the first is the most "urgent".
Data became unavailable so topdocs became unupdated.
Hits would have to be made available again.
Apache access logs are OK. If I could get them from a single box, combined or in separate logs, that would be even better because I would not have to know which servers act as www.g.o at any given moment.
topdocs is good for translator.
It gives hints and priority for choosing the doc should be translated.
Any ETA, even long-term on this?
Just wondering if it's worth spending time on getting ready to process them. Thanks.
Post-Christmas probably. Trying for Bugzilla3 before that.
Note that Xavier's pages are dead and gone from the internet entirely. All that can be done is get stuff working for the topdocs page in the GDP projspace. If infra doesn't want to get this rolling again on their side, feel free to close the bug.
Note, however, that while it was available, topdocs was a good resource for translators and the rest of the GDP alike, as well as all other would-be contributors.
we're making some progress on working towards it, but it might wait a bit longer for other hardware.
Update: Most documentation is now at http://wiki.gentoo.org/.
Translators should see the help at http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Help:Translating#For_Anyone:_Becoming_a_translator.
Is this still needed? Or needed for wiki.g.o? If so, reopen.