msgid "" msgstr "" "Project-Id-Version: tabbycat\n" "Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n" "POT-Creation-Date: 2019-12-31 10:38-0400\n" "PO-Revision-Date: 2020-11-18 21:01\n" "Last-Translator: \n" "Language-Team: Talossan\n" "MIME-Version: 1.0\n" "Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n" "Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n" "Generated-By: Babel 2.7.0\n" "Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);\n" "X-Crowdin-Project: tabbycat\n" "X-Crowdin-Project-ID: 364715\n" "X-Crowdin-Language: tzl\n" "X-Crowdin-File: /develop/docs/locale/en/LC_MESSAGES/features/check-ins.po\n" "X-Crowdin-File-ID: 1279\n" "Language: tzl_TZL\n" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:5 msgid "Check-Ins" msgstr "crwdns47581:0crwdne47581:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:7 msgid "A 'Check-in' is a record of a speaker, adjudicator, venue, or ballot's status at a particular point in time. Typically these are used at large tournaments to reliably track who is or is not present for the first round of each day." msgstr "crwdns47583:0crwdne47583:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:9 msgid "Check-ins serve a similar purpose to the :ref:`availability <availability>` system. However availabilities are tied to a particular round rather than to a particular time — they are generally used to record instances where you know ahead of time whether a person should or should not be included in a draw. In contrast, check-ins are useful for when you *don't* know ahead of time whether a person will be able to be put into the draw and so want to be able to confirm their presence with a high degree of confidence. That said the two systems interact — the standard availability pages allow you to easily set all adjudicators or teams who have checked-in as available for a given round." msgstr "crwdns47585:0:ref:crwdne47585:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:12 msgid "Check-In Identifiers" msgstr "crwdns47587:0crwdne47587:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:14 msgid "Check-ins are associated with a 'identifier' — a number that is unique to each speaker and adjudicator. To generate these numbers go to the *Identifiers* section under the Check-Ins menu. From here you generate identifiers for Speakers, Adjudicators, and Venues as needed. Note also that Identifiers can be manually added or edited in the *Edit Database* area if necessary." msgstr "crwdns47589:0crwdne47589:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:18 msgid "Once this number has been generated it can be transformed into a barcode so that it can be easily included on tournament badges or otherwise printed and disbursed. On the same *Identifiers* page you can use the *View barcodes* option to open up a page that lists all the barcodes for the speakers, adjudicators, or venues." msgstr "crwdns47591:0crwdne47591:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:22 msgid "The identifiers for ballots are automatically generated when printing ballots." msgstr "crwdns47593:0crwdne47593:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:25 msgid "Recording Check-Ins" msgstr "crwdns47595:0crwdne47595:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:27 msgid "On the *Scanning* section of Check-ins you can record a particular check-in. This can be done in a few different ways:" msgstr "crwdns47597:0crwdne47597:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:29 msgid "You can type in the Identifier number into the box. Once five numbers have been identified it will automatically issue the check-in and clear the input field for the next number." msgstr "crwdns47599:0crwdne47599:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:31 msgid "If you have purchased barcode scanners and configured them as USB keyboards they should then be compatible with this page: upon page load the cursor should be positioned in the input field, and any scanned barcodes should populate it with the specified number, issue the check-in, and then clear the box for the next scan." msgstr "crwdns47601:0crwdne47601:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:33 msgid "Barcode scanners are probably cheaper than you think. A perfectly serviceable model should be around $20 USD or less although a cursory Google search might at first turn up models that are many times that amount. If you are a curious tab director, or are involved in a tournament with a little spare money, having just one or two around for critical tasks can be highly valuable." msgstr "crwdns47603:0crwdne47603:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:35 msgid "If your device has a (web)cam you can use the Scan Using Camera button. Any barcodes put in front of the camera's video stream will be scanned into the form. A sound will play when a barcode has been identified — so be aware that turning sound on or using headphones can help identify when a scan has been made." msgstr "crwdns47605:0crwdne47605:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:39 msgid "Camera scanning works on most modern browsers although it will only work with Safari 11 or higher (iOS 11+ and macOS 10.13+). Camera scanning may also not work when using a local-installation of Tabbycat in all browsers, *except* Firefox where it seems to. Depending on the quality of your camera barcodes that are less than 4cm wide may not be recognised — ideally barcodes should be at least 5cm if using this method as your main way of checking-in things." msgstr "crwdns47607:0crwdne47607:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:41 msgid "The Check-in status page (described below) allows assistants and administrators to manually check-in particular people or entire institutions without needing to know their identifiers." msgstr "crwdns47609:0crwdne47609:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:44 msgid "The Check-In 'Window'" msgstr "crwdns47611:0crwdne47611:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:46 msgid "Because Check-In events are not explicitly linked to rounds there is essentially a 'window' or time period in which a check-in is still considered valid. The time of this 'window' in hours can be set in *Setup* > *Configuration* > *Data Entry*." msgstr "crwdns47613:0crwdne47613:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:48 msgid "At tournaments the run check-ins during the start of each day the check-in 'window' (i.e. the time before check-ins expire) you can leave this window setting at the default time (12 hours) which should give enough time to distinguish between the first check-ins of that day as compared to the last check-ins of the previous day. At tournaments where you want to run a check-in process at the start of every round you may want to set the time to around 2 hours or something much shorter." msgstr "crwdns47615:0crwdne47615:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:51 msgid "Viewing Check-Ins" msgstr "crwdns47617:0crwdne47617:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:53 msgid "On the *People Statuses* section of Check-ins you can view who has or has not been checked-in. This page will live-update with the latest check-ins so you should be able to leave it open to monitor income attendances." msgstr "crwdns47619:0crwdne47619:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:57 msgid "The blue \"tick\" boxes allow you to manually check-in people and/or entire institutions (for *People*) or venues and/or venue groups (for *Venues*) , without the need to scan their identifiers. This style of check-in is designed for use an auditorium roll-call type situation where you might be running through a list of people to the room or identifying absences on a per-institution basis." msgstr "crwdns47621:0crwdne47621:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:59 msgid "A public version of this check-in status page can be enabled under *Setup* > *Configuration* > *Public Features* which can be useful for allowing people to self-police check-ins and/or validate their check-in worked." msgstr "crwdns47623:0crwdne47623:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:62 msgid "Check-Ins for Ballots" msgstr "crwdns47625:0crwdne47625:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:64 msgid "Ballots can be checked-in to quickly validate which ballots are physically present in the tab room. This can help more quickly identify ballots that are missing. Which ballots have or have not been checked-in will show up on the Results page. Ballots can be scanned using the standard 'Scan Identifiers' page." msgstr "crwdns47627:0crwdne47627:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:66 msgid "Barcodes are automatically assigned and included to ballots when they are printed. Barcodes have no check-in window — any relevant check-in event counts regardless of how long ago it was." msgstr "crwdns47629:0crwdne47629:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:69 msgid "Check-Ins for Venues" msgstr "crwdns47631:0crwdne47631:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:71 msgid "Venues can be checked-in, but what a 'venue check-in' means is a bit more flexible. It might be used to validate which rooms are debate-ready at the start of a day (i.e. unlocked; has a desk) or it could be used during the rounds to record which rooms have returned their ballots." msgstr "crwdns47633:0crwdne47633:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:73 msgid "Venues have a separate check-in window setting to that of people." msgstr "crwdns47635:0crwdne47635:0" #: ../../features/check-ins.rst:75 msgid "Venues have their own Status page (like people) and can be checked-in there manually. Like speakers and adjudicators their barcodes can also be printed off." msgstr "crwdns47637:0crwdne47637:0"