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Re: Bits from the RM: Help Wanted, Apply Within



On Sun, Mar 09, 2003 at 01:08:55PM +1100, Paul Hampson wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 08, 2003 at 09:51:13PM +0100, Michael Bramer wrote:
> > On Sat, Mar 08, 2003 at 04:13:06AM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> > > 	* What other major release goals are still possible at this point?
> > > 	  How much of the translation project can be properly integrated?
> > > 	  Do we have other installation problems to address beyond just
> > > 	  debian-installer (eg, tasks, base-config, flavours, broken
> > > 	  package installs and upgrades, etc)? Are there any other
> > 
> > some comments about i18n:
> >  - translated package description: 
> >    In 2002 we (ajt, jgg and grisu) make a decision about the
> >    Translations files to transport the translated package description to
> >    the user. 
> >    After this otavio start patching apt and now we have the first
> >    version running. He now make some fixes and we will wait for the last
> >    review from jgg. 
> >    This all should be included in the sarge release. 
> >  
> >  - debconf template translation:
> >    I make some big improvements in this part of the DDTP. Now the server
> >    make working po files for the package maintainers. I hope I can write
> >    some guide and announcement about this all next week. This should also
> >    include in sarge, but we should now wait for this task. 
> 
> Did you mean "we should _not_ wait for this task."? That's what your
> latter email seems to imply...

shit, yes. I don't see this error.

I repeat it:

  - debconf template translation:
    I make some big improvements in this part of the DDTP. Now the
    server make working po files for the package maintainers. I hope I
    can write some guide and announcement about this all next week. This
    should also include in sarge, but we should not wait for this task. 

Thanks that you find this error.


Gruss
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