Is there a way to get statistics about most active translators?

Hello,

the Nextcloud project is hosted at Transifex and the service is heavily used.
No paid contract, open source community project.

So now my question is if I can get some numbers out of Transifex?
Who did the most translations this week/month/year for a specific language?
Who did the most reviews this week/month/year for a specific language?

Any feedback is appreciated.

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Hello.

Transifex offers translation activity reports on certain paid plans. For open source users you will need to use our API to generate a report. The appropriate call can be found here: https://transifex.github.io/openapi/index.html#tag/Activity-Reports/paths/~1organization_activity_reports_async_downloads/post

Please let me know if this helps.

Kind Regards,

Hello @anthonydim,

thanks for your answer.

Unfortunately it doesn’t help because I do not code personally.
I was looking for ready to use reports.

It would be nice if the Nextcloud project could get such reports.
I have put a lot of effort into improving Transifex over the last years (bug reports, feature suggestions) and that would be a nice thank you.

Best regards

Hello Mark,

It’s nice to meet you and thank you for reaching out.

I will follow-up with you shortly via email to schedule a call and discuss.

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,
Gregory

@Gregory_Mangos Are you an employee of Transifex?

Hi Mark,

Many thanks for your reply.

Definitely, I just sent the invite.

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,
Gregory

Hello @Gregory_Mangos,

thank you for your response.

The available reports I have seen and used in the past.
But there are no user activities inside.
My challenges are in the first post:
Who did the most translations this week/month/year for a specific language?
Who did the most reviews this week/month/year for a specific language?

The Nextcloud project is an open source and an Advanced Plan is actually no option.

Can you imagine activating report as a gift for the Nextcloud project for 1 year?

Best regards,
Mark