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Re: Bad links in the install documents on the website

	Since it seemed that the spanish translation was a month behind, and
Enrique might be on vacation, I have updated (most) of the translation so
most of the problems associated with the (.es) files should be removed.
	Could we make a nice robot that sent an e-mail of bad lnks to the
maintainer (or translation grup) of documentation?
	I guess we just need some rules saying things like:

- for all files ending in .es.html I need to pester: debian-l10n-spanish



On Mon, Aug 14, 2000 at 04:57:05AM -0400, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> "James A. Treacy" <treacy@debian.org> writes:
> > As one of the webmasters for the Debian web site, I run a urlchecker over
> > the site. There are a lot of broken links in the install documentation.
> > It is not a priority to fix the broken links for previous releases,
> > but the ones for potato should be fixed before the release.
> I've checked the English documentation (with checkbot) and there are
> no bad links on the updated stuff.  Which is getting pushed up to
> master right now.
> I cannot be responsible for the translation lags of the porters or bad
> links in their documents.  It's just not feasible.  Sorry.
> > BTW, the urlchecker has many problems and a new python script will be
> > used after www.d.o is upgraded to potato. If you find a listed link
> > is valid, just blame the urlchecker. :)
> I use checkbot....works fine.
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