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Re: String freeze (was Re: space considerations)

Quoting Joey Hess (joeyh@debian.org):
> Denis Barbier wrote:
> > Did you read
> >   http://lists.debian.org/debian-boot/2003/debian-boot-200310/msg00000.html
> > ?
> > Such a string freeze would really help translators.  As told by
> > Christian, a 1-week freeze would be fine (given that there are not that
> > many strings translated in PO files).  In practice, other large
> > projects have such a freeze: no changes by developers are permitted,
> > and when they are necessary, the l10n manager send a mail to their
> > -i18n or -l10n mailing list to warn translators and the deadline can
> > be shifted if these changes come very late.  Please consider adopting a
> > similar policy.
> Will do..

I find funny, by the way, that my mail (mentioned by Denis) asked for
a string freeze...while I'm just in the process of asking for
templates changes for about all d-i modules which have some.. :-)

The debconf polishing process is, however, a probably important
work....for which I estimate I need a few days still (provided changes
are commited a few hours after they are suggested....it these changes
are accepted of course).

This heavily depends on my free time, however...which may vary quite

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