Hi Petter, On Sa 12 Aug 2017 08:22:09 CEST, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
[Holger Levsen]I might miss something, but as far as I can the education-lang-??-desktop-kdepackages are completly useless?I am confused by your finding here. When Mike removed the tasks in commit 75cb6e786bf9f0ffcdb70017387b884c9dc7fb91, the following recommended packagesfrom the tasks were droped: kde-l10n-da, kde-l10n-de, kde-l10n-es, kde-l10n-fr, kde-l10n-he, kde-l10n-it, kde-l10n-ja, kde-l10n-nn, kde-l10n-nb and kde-l10n-zhtw.This make me suspect that the tasks are not useless, and is used to make sure the required translation packages are installed by d-i.I guess it will become obvious during testing when installing Chinese or Danish KDE. If the KDE desktop is translated after installataion, it still work as itshould.
Hmmm... Personally, I don't see the point having education-lang-??-desktop-kde packages that install kde-l10n-?? as the only dependency.
Ideally, a Dutch (e.g.) desktop has all Dutch translations in place, possibly even for desktop environments / applications, not yet installed.
So, if any translations for specific packages are missing on a Debian Edu system, I'd rather love to see them added to the generic education-lang-??-desktop packages, and not have -kde packages separately.
What do I miss here? Greets, Mike -- DAS-NETZWERKTEAM mike gabriel, herweg 7, 24357 fleckeby mobile: +49 (1520) 1976 148 landline: +49 (4354) 8390 139 GnuPG Fingerprint: 9BFB AEE8 6C0A A5FF BF22 0782 9AF4 6B30 2577 1B31 mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, http://das-netzwerkteam.de
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