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Re: Bug#684260: zh_TW translations of "package", "repository" and "dependency" are mistranslated.

On Wed, 2012-08-08 at 15:00:08 +0800, Yao Wei wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 2:49 PM, Christian PERRIER <bubulle@debian.org> wrote:
> > I don't see Henry Lin in the CC list but I think that the
> > debian-chinese-<foo> (I never remember which of both debian-chinese
> > lists is meant for Traditional) should be CC'ed as a consensus among
> > zh_TW users is needed to change this.

> > Well, this bug could be cloned to each of these packages, but:
> >
> > - it is too late to change this in all affected packages (particularly
> >   D-I) so it should be handled post-wheezy
> > - D-I changes have to be done in the D-I "master" files
> I won't expect it appear in Wheezy, but I think Jessie (Wheezy+1)
> could be a target for the fix.
> Since this is a minor issue it would be OK to fix in the next release.
> > - first of all, a *consensus* must be reached among zh_TW users.
> The problem is that it is more difficult to have consensus on new
> users. Basically many Debian, Ubuntu and even Fedora/RH users are used
> to the translations for a long time.

Well, if you happen to agree on the translations for those terms, and
provide a patch with the changes, I'll be happy to include it for
whatever version at the time targetting wheezy, there should still be
time for that for now, and even then it can always be queued for the
next stable update. But for other appearences it might be too late as
Christian said.


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