Original thread in debian-i18n: Denis Arnaud originally requesting a package for the Hunspell Breton dictionary. Quoting Rene Engelhard (email@example.com): > On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 10:05:58AM +0200, helix84 wrote: > > the correct procedure is to send a RFP to wnpp, see > > http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp/ > > Yes. And it's porefrred if it's > > a) maintained by someone speaking the langauge (-> not mne) > b) not built from the LibreOffice source but from external > c) the dictioinary built from their ispell/whatever counterparts > if possible and the build system allows it - instead of just > shipping the resulting dictionaries as-isas the prefferd form > of modification is the former. To add more input to this, there is a dictionaries packaging team that works on *spell packages (both spelling software, dictionaries and wordlists). At first glance, I think that such package should be maintained inside that team. Working inside a team makes it much much easier to non Debian developers nor maintainers to participate to package maintenance (even completely maintaining packages....as long as there is one DD in the team) CC'ing Agustin Martin, who's leading that team for quite a while now. He'll give more input, certainly.
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