On Friday 02 January 2009 21:27:29 Steve Langasek wrote: > On Fri, Jan 02, 2009 at 08:11:06PM +0100, Christian Perrier wrote: > > Quoting Steve Langasek (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > > > > > The emphasized "no" word must be deleted. > > > > > Spanish l10n team, confirmation ? > > > > Confirmed, the 'no' should go. > > > Is there any chance that this might misguide users strongly enough for > > the bug to be considered important enough and warrant an update in > > lenny? > > > Updating for lenny is far from trivial so it has to be really > > misguiding.... > > It precisely inverts the meaning of the sentence, claiming that a generic > initrd has an advantage of *not* being usable on arbitrary hardware. I > don't think that will be misleading, but it will be confusing. > I agree. Even so, in a fast first reading I didn't see the word since I already known what an initrd is. I think this can be considered for lenny's first update, since who knows will think that it is a mistranslation, and who does not know will probably be installing for a single computer and then any of the two options will work for him/her.
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