Quoting Julien Cristau (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Hi, > > recent versions of mutt convert attachments to their declared charset > when saving them to disk (bug#537061). In particular, this means that a > file with non-ascii characters, but wrongly sent with charset=us-ascii, > would be converted to ascii on saving, replacing all non-ascii > characters with question marks. > > This has interesting consequences, like bug#609624 > (http://ikibiki.org/~kibi/greek.png). > > I ran a quick grep in the lintian lab for all debian/po/*.po files, > which are the most obvious victims of this bug for debian packages. > > Affected source package / version / po file are: Many of these packages errors are direct or indirect consequences of my l10n work during the lenny-squeeze release cycle. Direct when the last uploaded version is an NMU of mine.. Indirect when a maintainer uploaded after I prodded him|her and sent a patch Would it be OK for the release team if packages fixing these encoding errors are uploaded? I may try to at least correct some of them (those I NMU'ed).
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