On 02/14/05 19:04, Christian Perrier wrote:
(plz followup to -i18n)I have not yet looked over the BTS for giving the bug numbers for "Please switch to po-debconf" bug reports. This is still work to do.I can start with this if you want. Do you thing it would be useful to set up some kind of coodiration page, repository, script, or something like that?Sure, that'd be very helpful. You've won that task! Maybe wait for Martin Quinson input : he may have kept a record of the bugs he reported. So, first collecting the bug numbers for "switch to po-debconf" would be a great help. For a status page, there is already some material about which packages use debconf (not po-debconf) : for building the status pages at http://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/templates/, Denis Barbier collects data in ~barbier/l10n/material/templates/ on gluck. This can probably be reused for stats purpose and "knowing" which package has been fixed for instance.
Ok. I merged Martin's info and checked his scripts. I also added a couple of goodies like wnpp, popcon status and a mail robot to manipulate data. You can see the final result in the same location as before. Feedback would be appreciated. There are still several packages that don't have a bug (or I didn't see it). I guess the next step would be to check those packages and submit the appropriate bug reports. K.  http://people.debian.org/~lwall/i18n/ -- Lucas Wall <email@example.com> .''`. Buenos Aires, Argentina : :ø : Debian GNU/Linux http://www.kadath.com.ar `. `' http://www.debian.org PGP: 1024D/84FB46D6 `- 5D25 528A 83AB 489B 356A http://people.debian.org/~lwall 4087 BC9B 4733 84FB 46D6 mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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