Quoting Helge Kreutzmann (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Hello, > On Mon, Sep 07, 2009 at 12:03:59PM +0200, Nicolas François wrote: > > My proposal would be to drop the lists http://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/po/ > > and add a list with the PO files of native packages (+ packages whose L10N > > is know to be managed by Debian). > > Maybe this list could be split, first the native (+ l10n managed by > Debian) packages, and than behind a link the "other". I follow Nicolas on this. IMHO we should not have non native packages there *at all*. Doing so, we are creating the "Rosetta syndrom" and mistakenly lead potential translators to think it is good to translate this material in Debian. OTOH, there are packages where maintainers and upstream agree that it is good to use the Debian i18n workforce to get their localization work done. These would first need to be identified (maybe an X-something header in debian/control?)....then could be included in that page....probably after the native packages. But, really, I see nearly no point in offering that bunch of material which is more frightening than anything really helpful.
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