Quoting Frans Pop (firstname.lastname@example.org): > On Saturday 16 September 2006 13:52, Clytie Siddall wrote: > > How about D-I files? Some I can commit, but others I still need to > > submit by email. > > If you cannot commit them, they are not D-I. Of course, as you explain later, for translators they are. Remember the "levels". So, from the translation team point of view, files for iso-codes, console-data, xorg, samba, dpkg, etc. are "d-i files". Of course, technically speaking they aren't as you clearly point. To answer Clytie's quesiton, getting commit access to all D-I translators for all packages that are part of D-I levels would be a huge hassle and I'm not completely sure that all maintainers would be keen with "random people" getting commit access to "their" repository. So, we slowly established the concept of "l10n assistants" (often myself, sometimes other people) who do the job (and do it well for all packages and also help maintainers to cope with the l10n flux....or sometimes request them for "translation uploads". I see no urgent need to change this now. It works.
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