Frans questioned me in private about the following that happens often when building D-I packages. Here is what I answered...plus more details I thought about later: > When I upload packages I regularly see warnings like these: > W: netcfg-static udeb: partially-translated-question netcfg/wireless_adhoc_managed ga.utf-8 > W: netcfg-static udeb: partially-translated-question netcfg/wireless_adhoc_managed se.utf-8 I actually don't really see why is lintian warning here. It supposedly means that only some choices in a Select template are translated for these languages while, for both languages all choices are translated. This is probably a lintian bug. Why it does only happen for some languages is unknown for me. > W: netcfg-static udeb: malformed-question-in-templates netcfg/disable_dhcp This is a warning about writing style. Recently added feature to lintian. Unfortunately it does not ignore untranslatable templates. This is #368206. Lintian has been recently fixed in 1.3.22 for that by ignoring writing style when the short description contains "for internal use". As a consequence, we should change all untranslatable templates to use this in their short description. The long description can be anything and should then contain what we formerly had in the short description.
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