This is the second (brief) report about the status of the Pootle server (codename churro) for Debian work, which you can see at http://i18n.debian.net:8080/. Please note that the server is still highly experimental, can be broken at any time, with projects moved from here to there or even removed. Don't base *any* production work on it. - All Debian Installer translations have been included in the server (except those for which I don't have write commit access to their respective VCS) - We are hit pretty hard by Pootle bug #193 (http://bugs.wordforge.org/show_bug.cgi?id=193) I "fixed" all PO files which are non UTF-8 and have non ASCII characters in their headers but that bug virtually prevents us from automating a sync between repositories and Pootle - a rudimentary sync script between SVN repositories (which are 90% of the sources for D-I strings) and Pootle is in place (for churro admins: svn source is in my home in ~/d-i_translations. So is the sync script) - the server experiences kernel problems (RTC handling instabilities) which can make it very slow from time to time...until we reboot - we still don't have a nice mixed Debian/Wordforge logo..:) - registration to the server may have problems. If you registered and still didn't get your activation code, please mail me - please mail me if you want to be authorized for D-I translation in your language. Remember: NO PRODUCTION WORK.
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