LingoBot Release Notes

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Development teams collaborate using products such as Slack and Flowdock. LingoBot is Lingoport's chatbot. It enables developers and i18n & L10n managers to use Lingoport's product suite and receive Lingoport notifications directly from within their collaboration environment.

LingoBot 1.0 release - September 2017

  • Branch by Branch: LingoBot supports a branch level interaction. Once a parent project has been on-boarded, typically on a repository master branch, a child project can be created with the duplicate project command. The Dashboard show the status for that branch. When a branch is not used any longer for globalization, the corresponding Lingoport project can be removed using the delete project command.
  • Branch i18n status: The i18n scan command provides internationalization feedback on the files modified in that branch.
  • Branch translation status: The translation status command provides feedback on the translation status of the resource files for that branch.
  • Translate: The translate command sends resource files to the translation vendor.
  • Notifications: When resource files are sent for translation or received from translation, notifications are shown in the collaboration environment.
  • Pseudoloc: The pseudoloc command creates pseudo-localized files for that branch.
  • Direct Links: Users can click on links to go to the corresponding Dashboard or repository for that Lingoport project.

LingoBot 1.2 release - November 2017

  • Multi-Branch: LingoBot now supports interaction with multiple branches of a single project simultaneously. This will be particularly helpful for large-scale development teams that have many branches in development concurrently.
  • Outstanding Kits': The translation status command now includes and indication of whether there is currently a translation outstanding and expected back.
  • Error Handling': Erroneous commands given to LingoBot will prompt an attempt to determine which command was intended. If the correct command can be identified, it will be recommended to the user.
  • Bug Fixes': Fixed a number of issues in constancy with several commands.