Quoting Davide Viti (email@example.com): > we have a couple of options here: > 1. > the easiest would be to leave the spellchecker scripts on Alioth and just > wget all-po.tar.gz from d-i.d.o rather than copying it from a local > directory. really trivial to fix as it would mean changing only cfg/update_po.sh Sure....with two problems: - all this depends on one developer account and settings which is something we should avoid for the long term (whatever reliability is yours...and it has proven to be reliable..:-)) - you need to do an "svn update" of the local copy of config files when someone changes them (to add more unknown words, for instance) > > 2. > everything can otherwise be moved to another server: this would mean > setting up a daily cronjob and fix a few paths in config files. > Havne't touched the spellchecker since a few years now and I can't remember > how to do it by heart. Of course I'd have no problems to help with this > though. I've setup about everything on people.debian.org to run under the "d-i" account there (which both Luk and I can sudo to as of now). I'm waiting for the installation of aspell-* packages as well as libunicode-string-perl.
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