On Thu, Nov 24, 2016 at 05:56:52AM +0100, Christian PERRIER wrote: > Quoting Adriano Rafael Gomes (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 07:42:16AM +0100, Cyril Brulebois wrote: > > > Speaking of which, I'd like to get more traction on the l10n front (4 > > > languages uptodate right now…), maybe we'll be able to find something > > > that works fine to get work (translation) done and uploaded… > > > > How can I check which languages are up to date? > > https://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/ > > General doc for D-I l10n : > > http://d-i.alioth.debian.org/doc/i18n/ > > The "real" D-I l10n is what is called "level 1". Thank you, Christian. I failed to inform in the previous message that I'm already tracking https://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/, sorry. In the column "level 1" in the following URLs, there are these numbers: https://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/ 2 languages https://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/translation-status-testing.html 13 languages https://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/translation-status-unstable.html 14 languages I believe URL  above was showing about 13 languages when d-i stretch alpha 8 was built. I'm still failing to understand where the "4 languages" number is coming from.
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