Le Dimanche 4 Septembre 2005 06:52, Steve Langasek a écrit : > I've looked over the package update, and for the most part it looks ok, > but the new Portuguese translation that upstream included is quite buggy > and I'm not willing to upload a package that introduces such bugs. Hum... Ok, thks for pointing me out those bugs. In fact, I don't speak a word in portugues, so I cannot handle it myself. But I've got friend who speaks protugues perfectly, so I'll ask him to correct it soon. Then, I feel it should nevertheless be uploaded soon, as those bugs are: -- not important during normal use, and will not prevent from using the soft, even in pt_BR -- related to an upstream file, so **should** be corrected there -- Can be filled as the packages is uploaded, and be corected later On the other hand, waiting for a corection will by the mean time delay the total transition for KDE and libstdc++. To conclude, it would appear more clever if the package was to be uploaded soon and corected later, as the missing dependencies bugs related to all the transitions seem a bit more severe than a translation related bug, doesn't they? Romain -- We sick an' tired of-a your ism-skism game - Dyin' 'n' goin' to heaven in-a Jesus' name, Lord. We know when we understand: Almighty God is a living man.
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