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Re: Request for Pseudopackage: debian-i18n

(Replying only to list for discussion.)

I was not in Extremadura, so this is mostly a request for clarification...

On Tuesday 19 September 2006 10:21, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
>  At the the i18n Extremadura Meeting[1] we discussed how to be able to
> handle i18n and l10n bugs more conveniently and having a way to be able
> to track those things more closely.  The various ways our BTS currently
> offers where discussed and we came to the conclusion that a pseudo
> package in which we can put metatags for transitions and tracking bugs
> amongst different packages and/or languages would help most.

Is this intended to also track translation bugs?
If so, I wonder if that is not duplicating existing or future mechanisms.

For Dutch translations, we track open bugs on http://dutch.debian.net/.
And other teams use similar pages and IIUC it is in principle available 
for all teams. I would expect such a service to be integrated into the 
new i18n infrastructure.

If you just want to track transitions then user tagging the relevant bugs 
could IMO work just as well with user set to debian-i18n@l.d.o. You don't 
need a pseudo package for that.
A pseudo package would only be needed if you want to file "umbrella" bugs 
that could then be blocked by other bugs.


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