The idea is getting a general knowledge of how QT Linguist works, and help FET with some translations.
FET is a timetable creator, that is available for openSUSE at https://en.opensuse.org/FET, and allows a user to create a timetable, usually for educational institutions, with a lot of different available constraints.
At SUSE Manager and Uyuni we use right now a set of bash scripts called sumaform-test-runner to run terraform and cucumber, send notifications and store cucumber results.
However such scripts are currently hard to maintain and extend, and bash is clearly showing it's limitations when it comes to parsing cucumber results, working with JSON stuff, or using APIs. Besides it forces us to have credentials hardcoded at the main.tf files, which is a huge problem for making a public CI for Uyuni.
Last year I developed Terracumber and, for the moment published it at one internal GitLab repository.
We intended to replace the set of scripts we have to launch sumaform for the Uyuni and SUSE Manager CI, but lacked adding the monitoring part.