Quoting Martin Bagge (firstname.lastname@example.org): > On Sun, 1 Feb 2009, Christian Perrier wrote: > >> The debconf templates for this package will be reviewed by the Debian >> English localization team. > > Is this review without connections to the other announcement you did some > days ago? Will this trigger a longer review process? This is the same process. There is a first step, when I "discover" a package that changed templates: - I send a notice to the maintainer, suggesting a better interaction with translators..:-) - I send a "TODO" mail to debian-l10n-english, suggesting that someone picks up that review to do - I send a notice to -i18n so that nobody works on an update in the meantime A few days later, I (or someone else) send an "Intent to Review" mail to debian-l10n-english (CC the maintainer), explaining that *I* will do the review (or the person sending the "Intent to Review"). I send *again* a mail to -i18n, which has the same wording than the initial one, which might explain why you're confused... This is what is done for packages for which a review is done because the maintainer changed the templates.... Another occasion to do a review is the "systematic" review for all packages. I actually pick packages that have debconf, going down the list by popcon score. In such case, I immediately send an "Intent to Review"...and then you only see one mail in -i18n. I should indeed change the wording of one of the two "Review in progress" mails to -i18n....Will try to do this ASAP....
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