Re: NMUs applying sleeping wishlist bugs about translation (was something else)
Quoting Mark Brown (email@example.com):
> > With the former (and still widely used) method for translating debconf
> Is anyone maintaining statistics on how widely used the original Debconf
> scheme is?
I'm not aware of such statistics.
We have the total number of strings in the new schemes. It was 3423
yesterday evening. See
Unfortunately, for old-style debconf templates, Denis Barbier (who
wrote the scripts which generate several l10n pages) did not include
the count of total strings
(http://www.debian.org/international/l10n/templates/rank). I've asked
him for such count a few days ago...but Denis is currently VAC so this
will have to wait until he comes back.
I expect to be still much more strings in old-style debconf than in
On the other hand, the majority of key packages has already switched