On Mon, Dec 10, 2007 at 12:39:34AM -0200, Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw) wrote: > On 09-12-2007 21:56, Kenshi Muto wrote: > > Hi Grisu, > > > > At Sun, 9 Dec 2007 23:10:53 +0100, > > Michael Bramer wrote: > >> The FTP-Master can get the files from: > >> http://ddtp.debian.net/debian/Translations.tar.gz (all) > >> http://ddtp.debian.net/debian/dists/sid/main/i18n/ (per File) > >> http://ddtp.debian.net/debian/dists/etch/main/i18n/ (per File) > >> http://ddtp.debian.net/debian/dists/lenny/main/i18n/ (per File) > > > >>> So, what problem does block the synchronization? > >>> How can we solve it and push the newest DDTP production into official > >>> mirror? > >> The ftp-master should get the files once per week or we need a > >> interface to upload the files on request... > > > > OK, so how did you update the files until 16-May-2006? > > Can't we recover its procedure? > > > > IMHO because 'ddtp.debian.net' (and i18n.debian.net) isn't official > > Debian host yet, it's better to copy Translation data to official > > semi-permanent Debian host and let ftp-master takes it from there. > > Gluck is maybe the best place for such a purpose. > > (hm, /org/ddtp.debian.org/rsync has a similar data, but it's older > > than mirror's one ...) We can use ddtp.debian.org for this. This no problem. We have the domain and access to this host. > > Plus, Debian prefers rsync rather than http for a synchronization. > > I think ftp-master will want a sync script is tested well and > > guaranteed not making any destruction of other files, if they haven't > > it yet. > > If I'm not wrong, Anthony did the first upload of the > Translation files, I'm cc:ing him, he probably can add more > info on that. Yes, Anthony make it per hand in the past. > I think we could use the BYHAND to upload Translation > files having some kind of DDTP Team, similar to debtags, but > I would still like to hear from Anthony if a package upload > would be better/worst than a rsync from someplace. ok, Anthony? Gruss Grisu -- Michael Bramer - http://www.feuerwehr.kreuzau.de/wiki/ PGP: finger firstname.lastname@example.org -- Linux Sysadmin -- Use Debian Linux Free Software is like sex: You don't know what you're missing until you've tried it.
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