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[grisu@debian.org: Re: Description Translation in Japanese]


I have a question and I don't find a debian-i10l-jp@l.d.o list. 

Now I ask here. sorry, if I am wrong

In a mail, a japanese developer ask for Japanese support in the ddtp
(Debian Descripion Translation Project) (You know it). 

I refuse this first. Now he say, the JP debian project is dead and he
will start with the ddts. 

This is all ok, but can I download the already translated description
Who (has) maintain(ed) this old translated descriptions? Where can I

Can someone give some hints?

The old mail:
----- Forwarded message from Michael Bramer <grisu@debian.org> -----

From: Michael Bramer <grisu@debian.org>
To: Ippei Tamura <ippei1@bb.mbn.or.jp>
Subject: Re: Description Translation in Japanese

On Tue, Aug 21, 2001 at 08:39:35PM +0900, Ippei Tamura wrote:
> > I have no problem with Japanese, this is not the problem. But there is
> > already a translation project (like spain) for Japanese. Please ask on
> > www.debian.or.jp.
> Yes, I know it and I have translated some descriptions in the
> project.  But the project almost completely stops now, because
> 1. JP's project is based on Slink and not be dist-upgraded ;-<.
> 2. It is not aptable and nobody in Debian-JP can spend their
>    time to do it now. 

sorry, I don't know.

> For Debian community all over the world,  I believe it is much better 
> to integrate all language's translation into your ddts project than 
> working in each nation's community individually.
> So, I would like you to re-think about including Japanese into 
> ddts project so that I can move our translations to it.

yes, I can include Japanese into the ddtp. But can you send  all already
taranslated description. With this, I can include this japanese
translation to the ddts and nobody must translate this description a
second time.
----- End forwarded message -----

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