Re: i18n.debian.net is back (and so it the DDTP|DDTSS)
> Because it takes a longer time to move current services in a way that
> fits the policy used by DSA. The alternative hosting is meant to be a
> temporary solution. I just fear that "temporary" might be longer than
> expected : i18n.debian.org was nearly ready by August 2011, then life
> sucked for the involved people (mostly Felipe and Nicolas) and the
> effort got stuck.
I wonder how long this temporary solution might survive. Half a year
ago there was a longish discussion on the i18n mailing list starting
here. I somehow assumed that ddtp is some critical service for
Debian and we are finally relying even more on valid translations since
LANG=en became a "Translation" status the service became even more
> So, "just" moving the current machine (or its content) exactly as it
> is organized by now might be a much faster option as it only requires
> dumping a disk into another one, or even hooking up the existing disk
> in the new machine in the new location.
Is there any specification what *exactly* is required by DSA. I might
consider to spend some time into this because currently my workflow to
inject translations into UDD is totally broken.
> > Shouldn't we rather be looking for ways to get churro reachable by DSA
> > so they can perform the migration?
> This is what Felipe was involved into (hint: Felipe *is* already part
> fot he DSA nebula, if I'm correct)
It would be really cool to have a status update about the migration
Kind regards and greetings from Debian Med sprint in Southport
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