I think we need to give Marko a hand, or at least some recognition of the huge amount of work that’s being done. It would probably increase participation if we had a chat and then a post on the main WP news sites about GP’s intended future. If so, when/where can we talk?
As a result of the WordPress Contributors’ Summit 2012, GlotPress is gaining more traction as it will become an even more central component of many of the features of WordPress’ future versions.
If you follow Trac, you can see that activity has significantly picked up. We intend to keep it going at that rate, which means that your input is now even more critical than ever. Feel free to submit tickets or patches, or else post here if you have any doubts.
I’d like to specifically call on @fmestrone to pitch in, as he’s been working extensively on a fork of his own (which, I assume, resulted from a lack of activity on GlotPress)
I’ve added a ticket to allow anonymous exports of language files (much like you can download WordPress itself without logging in to anything), but didn’t commit, to wait for everyone’s opinion on this.
Milan, I completely agree with this, but we’ll need more hands/eyes to test the patches on the code that has changed, quite a lot sometimes, since they were submitted. Any takers?