Quoting Ben Finney (firstname.lastname@example.org): To David: the review should happen on the docbook-xml manpages. And, hopefully, take care to not break translations too much. That will be a *very* hard task because, as soon as one original change is made in the ENlighs strings, translations are marked as fuzzy. It really would help a LOT of PO files are regenerated with the "--previous" option of the msgmerge utility when they're synced with the POT file. That helps translators who used advanced tools such as "lokalize" to identify easily what changed in a given string. > David Kalnischkies <email@example.com> writes: > > > I would like to ask if someone here is willing to do a (partial) review > > of the manpages associated to debians beloved package manager APT. > > This is definitely a good use of the ‘debian-l10n-english’ forum. Thank > you for bringing it here. > > > P.P.S.: I am not subscribed to this list, so please keep me cc'ed. > > Is there rather a mailing list which is going to include people > interested in this review? Otherwise, ‘debian-l10n-english’ is not > particularly high-traffic, it would be helpful if you could subscribe > while we discuss this review. firstname.lastname@example.org is the APT development mailing list. I think that CC'ing the list wouldn't harm.
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