Quoting Helge Kreutzmann (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Hello, > many teams use robots to track the status of po files. Now with SMITH > there is a new status ("blocked by review"). So far, at least the > German tracker does not handle this case. I don't mind having a second > web page (be it a robot generated, or a wiki page) to quickly find > those po files, but of course having a single list would be > preferable. Something like http://i18n.debian.net/debian-l10n/english/? > > So my questions boil down to: > a) Is there a web page (other than the overview in the list archives) > which enlist those packages currently under review? > b) Would it be possible to use "tracker friendly" subjects, like those > used for robots (e.g. [SMITH] when starting and [NOSMITH] when > calling for pofiles) so that trackers could be updated to look for > them on this list? Indeed, the version of the dl10n tools that are available in the debian-l10n project CVS on Alioth do perfectly handle this by using a "rev" status with the crawler looking at debian-l10n-english for status messages. More particularly, the dl10n-txt utility I personnally use to daily mail myself the status of French po-debconf and native packages translations does handle Smith reviews, thanks to the work of Thomas Huriaux. You can anonymously check it out: this is the debian-l10n project on Alioth and this is a *CVS* repo (should be moved to SVN but noone cared to up to now).
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